The World in Perspective

April 6, 2008 at 11:53 pm 1 comment

Thanks to my friend, Naomi, who sent me this powerful video that’s truly the essence of Having Enough. Please take a minute to watch; it’s short and well worth it.

If you are reading this, chances are you have not only enough but so much more than enough. If you want to help out the majority of the world’s citizens who don’t have enough (as in, live on less than two dollars a day), check out the End Poverty 2015 Campaign, part of the UN Millennium Goals.

It’s so hard to know where to start. Just wherever we are, I guess.


Entry filed under: Having It All, Life, Stuff, Wealth.

The Heart of the Matter Last Lecture

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  • 1. Jena Strong  |  April 7, 2008 at 11:49 pm

    I am one of those three people with an internet connection. With a roof, a full belly, a husband playing the blues while my healthy children run around the house, also with full bellies. There is food in the pantry, in the fridge, in the freezer, and yet we can still be saying, “What should we eat?”

    Yes, appreciate what we have – and do what we can (and maybe more than we think) to help repair this world.


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