By Richard K. Noots
Often times, business men and women ask themselves, “Does charity work?” The prospect of giving out handouts to some tends to make certain people get goosebumps. Take Carlos Slim Helu, for instance. Although he is doing a lot to improve many people’s situations in life, he doesn’t like the prospect of welfare. At some point however, does it seem likely that we have to help out those who are less fortunate? Where do we draw the line on when help is enough? Do we stop with our country, or do we expand it to the world as well?