Very well said...makes me think of the thoughts of "Mother Teresa" in Calcutta....bkm
Maybe not so much "forgotten" as "willful non-remembrance".
yes - good question..but what i know for sure - god himself has forgotten none of them...he sees..
absolutely Claudia, but one still feels anguish and desolationwhen they have been forced to living on the streets.Forgotten. Forsaken.God sees, yes, he sees what we all do and what we fail to do.
ok...thanks for the baseball bat to the face...great write...
Brian, it was swing and a miss...and I hit myself instead.
It's a short sharp compelling shock <3 Rene, you hit the nail on the head. Can't stand that were living like this and sending money all over the shop when we can't feed our own people. Bethxxxxx
Okay, I was totally agreeing with Brian's comment until I saw your reply and started cracking up.
Shay, I gotta diffuse all the "bombs" Brian plants before you get here...success..this time
Always driving your words straight to the center, Rene...Pearl
Yes, "the image of the ... God" abandoned, made poor, homeless. The God that begs for our compassion? The God we have forsaken? Powerful poem in three lines. Thanks!
Powerful deep words... nice response.
hmmm. I don't feel like laughing all of a sudden.Now i want to run out and do something nice for somebody.
Ooh , very good photo and how true. Do we choose to cross the road or help? None of us can say we did not see once we've walked pass. Gripping.
thank you for the link to Kids and hope. What an admirable thing Sean is doing there. Wow.
Powerful words! Loved your blog!Al the bestMarinela x
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