Category Archives: hunger, poverty, and homelessness

Hand in Hand Telethon

The telethon raised 44 million dollars and counting. Thank you, America. This is the country I love. We show up for each other when the need is great. The need is dire after hurricane Harvey and Irma. There is no … Continue reading

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What the World Needs

  Thich Nhat Hanh tells a story about refugees trying to escape in rickety, small boats. The boats weren’t sea worthy, and the area besieged by storms and pirates. He states, “If everyone panicked, the boat would capsize. If only … Continue reading

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Unsung Heros

To every volunteer, I offer my heartfelt gratitude. For the time, effort, and love you give every single time you show up to help another. It doesn’t matter if it’s a child, the elderly, the disadvantaged, homeless, animals or the … Continue reading

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Love and Attention Needed

It seems everywhere you look there is a person in need of love and attention. The helpless: children, the mentally ill, and the homeless. It was impossible to miss the extreme poverty amid the glitter of the Olympic games in … Continue reading

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