What are you going to do to help the miners in Chile? I'll give you a clue: it is not about sending money. If you feel powerless or you feel it has nothing to do with you, think again.
Thirty three miners became trapped following a shaft collapse in Copiapo (north of Chile) on August 5th. Today, three weeks later, we know they are alive, but the rescue tunnel can take up to three months to allow the rescue of the miners. For a moment, imagine yourself trapped in a copper mine, 700 meters below the surface with other 32 people, at 95F and at more than 90% humidity. Of course we could ask who's responsible, but this is not the moment for that. It is time for