My argument is that charity does indeed start at home, but it doesn't stop there.
Charity is a very personal equation, like we say charity begins at home. It starts with your immediate help in the house: the people who work for you.
I started quite young at school, compering a charity event at an old people's home. I would do stand up and impressions and enjoyed the laughter. It's very addictive. It's a lovely sensation to say something and hear a whole room laugh.
Charity begins at home, but should not end there.
Love begins by taking care of the closest ones - the ones at home.
Loving Others Starts with Loving Myself