Charity comes in many forms. We struggle with our inner selves as we prioritize our own lives against the lives around us, both near and far. Our families must be protected, the neighborhood should be improved, the little league team needs coaching, there are children without clean clothes or adequate food just around the corner or in the same state, or in the country we reside, there are people dying in far away places or close by because they stand up for justice and the rightness we all know is true. Through all of this we make decisions about what we can do and what we don't do (notice I didn't say "can't" do). We often wonder if our charity is enough. We wonder if we should do more, risk more to help those that we know need help. My question is do you keep wondering, or do you change?