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Feeling sorry it's not enough

Feeling sorry it's never enough, looking down when we see a needing person does not mean we can ignore, or that we feel sorry, giving to charity events it's not enough, and i don' t say this because people don't give, people give and they give plenty of money but most of them i do not think reach to the people in need. There will not be any poverty or people in need if all the cash that are given would go to the right reasons. Today i have read an article about a priest in Botosani, Romania that decided to help in his way. He has a small farm with some animals and wants to help family's with kids that don't have anything to put on their table, he named his action "A bread every day for every needy person in the village". With his farm and his good heart he will help all the people in need from a village in Calarasi. That's a good deed from one person, but we can all do the same. Look on the window when you cook and you will find an old neighbor that it's alone in life, you will find a person in need and share small part of your food if you can. A small piece of bread and some hot soup can change more than you can ever think. Important is to be rich i your soul, that will make everyone really happy. Money come, money goes but for this money people starve...But remember we can not eat money and money did not made anyone happy for real. Show me one happy man, that is happy because and only because of money and i will stay in my head for a month.

P.S. Never mind the box, it is just a box and inside product from the farm

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CoralLevang wrote on December 4, 2015, 10:21 AM

When we learn what is "enough" for us, rather than continuing to seek for "more," is when we begin to realize just how fortunate we are to be alive.

markgraham wrote on December 4, 2015, 10:30 AM

Saying some good things here and asking some good questions.

wolfgirl569 wrote on December 4, 2015, 1:11 PM

It is sad that most charities keep the majority of the money to pay this person and that person.

DWDavisRSL wrote on December 4, 2015, 8:43 PM

It is an interesting coincidence that you should post about generosity and giving today when that was the subject of our character education lesson at school today. We discussed with the students the importance of giving of your time, talent, and treasure.

DWDavisRSL wrote on December 4, 2015, 8:44 PM

That's why I give to the Salvation Army instead of the United Way or Goodwill. Goodwill may be a not-for-profit, but it is privately owned and the sole shareholder takes a salary of two million or more dollars a year out of the donations and store proceeds.

wolfgirl569 wrote on December 4, 2015, 10:32 PM

Yes I worked at our local thrift store for a few years. They are not very fair to their employees either

Kidame wrote on December 11, 2015, 2:25 PM

The main problem with us human beings we never have enough but how i wish we could look keenly and see people who need this help. People who when we look at can make us feel like we have everything in this world. If we all gave a hand this world would be a better place to live in

grandma20121 wrote on December 19, 2015, 1:40 PM

your absolutely right if everyone could try to help out there would be less starving people in the world

RuthCox wrote on December 19, 2015, 1:43 PM

Agreed, and we each have something we can give. Doing more for those who are poor in spirit is as important as giving to those with financial woes, maybe even more so.