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5 Reasons Why the United States Needs to Bring Back Orphanages

The United States is lacking a number of things. The most powerful country in the world seems to be slipping on several issues, sadly, many of which include families. "If you can't feed a hundred people, then feed just one." Mother Teresa had it right when her transcending words resonated with millions, globally, with the idea of doing what you can, with the resources you have, for those nearest you.
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