I’m grateful to live in the USA but remember those who have much less
Literacy pervades all our life, either because we enjoy it or because it causes us problems to be solved.
I came across an article that I saved from 1994 by “Freedom From Hunger”, the U.N. Food and Agriculture magazine.” I doubt much has changed since then. Today, as a citizen of the U.S.A. we have many fears and many of them are real ones. What we may not realize is that we have the solutions if we are willing to give up some freebies, if we are willing to hold elected officials accountable, and if we are willing to be involved. We forget how fortunate we are to be U.S. citizens by birth or naturalization.
The article suggested we take time to close our eyes and place ourselves in much of the world’s population. First it suggests we picture our home. We need to take out our furniture, yes even those sentimental pieces inherited from our ancestors. We keep a few old blankets, a kitchen table, maybe a wooden chair, but no bed. The blankets on the floor make our bed.
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