Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, Halloween, Valentines Day are – these days – all thinly-veiled temples to consumerism.
However the worst of all of them doesn’t even try to hide its intentions behind a pretext. Black Friday, where spending eclipses the annual GDPs of 50% of the world’s countries and leaves one in four Americans in debt, is upon us once more, and – as is usual – we will not be partaking.
If you fancy joining us in abstaining from the annual greedpocalypse there are some wonderful alternatives available;
Buy a one-of-a-kind Lego creation, with all of the proceeds used to buy LEGO sets for underprivileged children who might get nothing else this Christmas.
Fantastic charities working every day to alleviate poverty, suffering, and injustice around the world. Visit their appeals, and change a life.
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