In 1970, [George] Price, a sworn atheist like most Darwinians, had a religious experience. He became obsessed with the New Testament and decided to follow Jesus. He opened his house to the homeless and, to help them, gave away most of his possessions. What he didn’t give away, they stole as he was watching. Finally, he was evicted from his rented place. In 1975, the 53 year old Price – homeless, destitute and ill – committed suicide.
Price was obsessed with charity; modern-day fools with compassion and multiculturalism. The result is the same. An irrational and fatal hemorrhaging of one's life substance, despair, and then suicide.
As Robert Louis Stevenson ominously observed, "Everybody, soon or late, sits down to a banquet of consequences."
We all ought to have that warning on speed dial.
 "The Bee and the Lamb." (Part 2.) By Takuan Seiyo, New English Review, December 2011.