Make time for others

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If everybody in the community donated something, there would be no Salvation Army shortage (Journal, Sept. 13). Those who could donate a dollar or spare change would make a big difference for those less fortunate. Every little bit adds up. The other factor is time. We all need to better prioritize our time so we can do something for someone else. We waste way too much time and effort on our own foolishness. We need to learn to put other people in our daily lives. We need to consider other people. Once we do, our society as a whole will benefit. When we stop being selfish, is when we will grow as a society. When we do without we will improve ourselves. It doesn’t take much to help. All it takes is for you to start caring for someone other than yourself. ALLEN CASSIDY, Auburn