Dariel, what you said is probably great but you needed to use some returns to make your sentences fit the box, like this:
"My heart breaks every time I consider the inequity of our system and the suffering it causes for our people and our planet.
The USA is the worst nation in the OECD and amongst the worst in the world for wealth inequality. According to a study by Harvard researchers in the British Medical Journal one of three Americans will die of wealth inequality.
It is not that there is a scarcity of wealth, it is simply that there is a flowering of greed Our economy produces a Gross National Income equivalent to nearly $60,000 per year for every man, woman and child after you factor in hidden and off-shore wealth. That is $240,000 for every family of four if wealth and income were shared equally.
If we shared, if we cared for each other, there would be no fear as to whether the next paycheck will come or to whether one must work till the day they die.
We all are complicit to some extent in the actions and results of the system, either as workers or owners or both. Taking responsibility for that is a big step for people of conscience as it means profoundly looking at our relation to money, wealth, property, power, domination other people and the earth. For some of us it can be as radical as turning your back on a fortune to adopt a life of voluntary simplicity or it may be as simple as volunteering as a care giver. In any event the decision will actualize with the greatest potential if you help others to understand that we are all part of this economic/social system, that it can be changed and that making personal change leading to organizing with others is the most effective route for creating a new world."
Ah, much better now. Yes, I can see that I agree with you (to some extent.)