"The coat hanging in your closet on a winter day belongs to someone who is freezing without it; give it away."
Does that matter?
Almost certainly not, provided the coat gets into the right hands, onto the right back.
The above line is from the biography of Dorthy Day, Love is the Measure".
One of her other one liners, repeated ad gloriam,"Our rule of life is the works of mercy."
No wonder they want to make her a saint. And no wonder she dismisses such nonsense with the warning, "I won't let them dismiss me as easily as that".
Wish I'd met her.