Who is more important: Those who need help, or those who abuse the help that’s given?

There are people who need assistance.

Some people abuse the systems designed to protect and help those who need protecting and help.

That doesn’t mean the people who need help and protecting suddenly go away.

It is the height of hubris and arrogance to assume that someone else doesn’t need help or protection because you don’t need help and protection.

And denying people what they need because you’re more worried about a freeloader says a whole damn lot about your character.

The above is left very vague on purpose, because it can apply to a whole lot of things.

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