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Education for humanity

Hey smarty pants! Yes, I’m talking to you America! because we all have moments of ignorance, we’re only human after all. But if you’re anything like me, you understand how education is really the answer to most, if not all, of the world’s problems. Not that long ago I had a college degree, and I still couldn’t explain to you what inflation was or even what Section 664 of the Internal Revenue Code says, until I met the good folks at Endow America Network Foundation. I knew that America has been drowning in insane amounts of debt for decades now, but I didn’t know that we already have the answer in our own laws. I simply either ignored it or didn’t even know such a law exists. Charity is the name of the game, and Route 664 is all about charity and its potential to save you, me and the rest of America for a better future, harnessing the power of human kindness. One organization that harnesses that same power is Habitat for Humanity, which is a nonprofit housing organization that believes every human being deserves a decent place to live. On Route 664 the Road to Human Kindness, we interviewed Nancy Robin, the executive director of Habitat for Humanity in Broward County.

Nancy explained to us a bit of the history of the organization going back to the days of the Civil Rights Movement, when a southern preacher by the name of Clarence Jordan, who established a sort of commune farm by the name of Koinonia in southwest Georgia, a small but powerful religious community made up of whites and blacks living and working together. Despite the intense persecution they received, they pulled through as a community. Being a scholar of the Greek language, Clarence Jordan developed the Cottonwood Bible, teaching what they believed to be the true virtues of kindness and love of the Bible. Clarence also founded Habitat for Humanity with Millard Fuller in 1976. The organizations pretty much builds homes for communities and people who otherwise couldn’t afford it. Since then, this organization has gone global, working all across America and the international community. Nancy also shares our own sentiment in the importance of financially educating young Americans to better equip us all to endow the future of America and the world with the strength and know how to create a better world.

It’s really incredible, we know the world is so full of chaos and darkness, but if you know where to look, you see a bunch of hopeful lights popping up all over human history, lights of dignity and kindness, glimpses into what the future of society could be for you, me and our children’s children. Stories like that of Clarence Jordan and what Nancy Robin does every day with Habitat for Humanity are the lifeblood of America, and it’s what we’re all about here at Endow America Network Foundation. We want to educate you and everyone you know not only about amazing organizations you can help like Habitat, but empower you with knowledge about Social Secharity, which we believe can and will change America’s destiny for the better. That’s why our show is called Route 664: The Road to Human Kindness, because we want you to know how easy it is for all of us to band together and get our country and our world to where it ought to be. For more information please visit or like us on Facebook @SocialSecharity. 

Social Secharity (Section 664) is a bold new way to move the country from 30 trillion in debt to economic well being through charitable wealth. Help resolve our country’s problems, improve your own future income and pay less tax! Best of all be a grateful benefactor to your community. 

Written by Ossman J. Darwiche 2021