…Maybe we could befriend the outsider, feed the hungry, and be wealthy in ways we’ve never known. We could spend time together instead of throwing money at the mall.
I’m not saying to throw money at man on the corner. But I am saying that he is our brother. He is our father. He is our community. There is wealth hidden in his situation. It’s not well lit or well advertised. There is wealth in giving him your respect. There is wealth in discovering his story. You might be able to trust him with your compassion. Yes, we are consumers. But we need not be consumed."
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(Source: The Huffington Post)