Poverty and Gratitude?

The video speaks for itself and leaves me somewhat speechless. Some will view this and say things like “God, thank you that I have food to eat” and “thank You, it could have been me without food.” Those are legitimate, but if it stops there and doesn’t move us to a place of deep sadness or prayer, and better yet, action to do our part to alleviate poverty, what good is stopping at gratitude for what “we” have in abundance. Just one woman’s opinion…


Posted on 2010/12, in Social Issues and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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