A Great Proverb About Food
When I read this, I was struck by the importance of the message for politicians. What does it mean to be rich? It is not about material wealth. I know people who have few material possessions and are happy to share what they have with me.
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the “Poor” are always willing to share the little that they have…I guess it is all how a person defines “poor”—some rich people are very poor….
It is all about defining what we mean.
seems like a nice
post card to send
to members of Congress 🙂
And, our parliament.
Thank you for the reblog.
You are welcome.
Powerful message. And true.
It is on both counts.
This is so poignant, and very apropos in theme to other posts I’ve been reading today! Thanks for sharing, Ivon.
You are welcome. Thank you for the comment. It is always interesting how plans come together without a lot of effort.