I was just reading a Wall Street Journal article today about Myanmar’s Rohingya fleeing violent persecution into Bangladesh. More than 700,000 people have packed into camps there in the last year, according to the report. Bangladesh, which is poor country itself, is struggling to help all these people. Meanwhile in the First World, majority are living in big homes (especially in comparison to Third World homes/shacks). And we binge on food and endless entertainment… while our countries keep their immigration quotas low. Not exactly sound spiritual principle. For more on our administration’s answer to a good deal of this, see our position paper on poverty. Note: Trump seems to be not very concerned (and that’s an understatement) on the plight of these people in these poorer countries. We would be.