I got this from another site; it discussed America's Youngest Billionaires. This is what one poster had to comment: "More than 1/3 of the world population lives on less than $2 a day. This is over 2 billions peoples. In the same world, there are multi-billionaires. This is morally wrong. Why cannot all these billionaires keep 1 billion of their money for personal use and use the rest of their money to better humanity in real and consequential ways? No one ask for hand out, they can educate billions of children around the world. If for they personal use they spend one million dollars a month for the next 80 years, then they will still have money left over from one billion dollars..." That having been posted, I've noticed that it seems the pressure to give is mostly on the rich. "Take the Billionaire Pledge and give all your fortune away except a million dollars"; "Why don't the billionaires give away millions to the poor when they have so much?" etc, etc. Well, this is the way I look at it: If a person worth 10 million and they give 2 million of their income to charity, they've given away 20%; how many non-billionaires are willing to do the same thing? How do you think people that make $50,000 a year would react if people below the poverty line were publically calling them to give away $10,000 a year to charity. It's only 20%, right? Of course it stands to reason that in theory the more you have, the more you should be able to give. I just find it really funny how the "non-rich" are so giving when it comes to the wealthy's money.