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One perseon's trash, is another person's treasure.

What is a way to help our current economic situation? Well, In my opinion it begins two ways, first, by lowering taxes for those stricken by poverty. Second is giving those people a purpose, a job, something to pend their time doing instead of wasting it just slumped about.

If those who don't have money, start a family, their children are unknowingly cursed with their very same burden, and have had no say. Why add to that burden by giving them their parents debt and so on? Why not just… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 2:00am

Snowball Effect.

Considering within the Maryland limits, it is doubtful that there are any farmlands that I can be of aid to, and I am also quite new to this area, so I probably couldn't make a club, there is not much one in my state could do.

However, something I could do, if even a small task, would be to go around my cousin's neighborhood, or my grandparents old folks home, and put up fliers. On these fliers could be a simple yet eye catching picture of a food deprived person of any racial stature. I… Continue

Posted on March 31, 2010 at 1:30pm

The hero I shadow.

The hero whom I've chosen is Jonathan C. Lewis, a man who is doing a great deal for those in dire need and are poverty stricken. He gives loans to those are poverty stricken and money deprived, they don't know the pleasures that most average people do in the United States. He donates over $20,000,000 a year to help those without money benefits, mostly woman, in almost 15 nations and 4 continents. He has done what I wish to do in the future, or who I wish to become. I want to change the lives of… Continue

Posted on March 31, 2010 at 2:48am

Things are not as they appear.

I've seen poverty with my own eyes, smelt it, and even in a way felt it.

The 'secret' "Problems are not always obvious from afar." Speaks mostly

to me in that way, when you see the peoples suffering, and live amongst

people who barely can afford food for one person, let alone a wh***

family, you realize how truly blessed you are, and in a way feel as

though you should fix it. This secret tells me that a country, city,

town or any family may seem fine on the… Continue

Posted on March 31, 2010 at 2:19am — 1 Comment

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At 3:38am on April 1, 2010, Rhona Polonsky said…
Wow, you have done many of the missions already. How do you get them green? You are way ahead of me. Ms. P
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