That's what I've been saying all along to these girls I know. But they seem to think that the more money you have the more you'll love them...ps[censored]. I liked this poem it's message was clear and precise. The Message itself seemed to stand out twenty times more than the poem itself and that's a good thing. Personally I know moneys a good thing and I earn enough to get me through the years but IT ISN'T everything, my brother and I both agree that doing things for money is doing the wrong thing...especially love.. that's why we have a saying one love one family thanks for the poem.
I love this (or still love this I should say). Its so true. You should get this embrodered (sp?) as like a saying on to like some towels or something and sell them. I agree with the subject too if you remember "Beggarman on the Corner" song. But indeed, I wish that more people were more giving and less into helping only themselves. Help Aqualung! ~Aaron
i have read this before, and i love the message in it. seems these days everything's about money. if one can give truly from the heart and soul are truly blessed. love is free. hugs are free... there is a quote from the bible: you cannot serve both god and money. even if you aren't religious, serving the almighty dollar is not the way to live with any kind of peace. well done, angela! i hope you are doing okay. i've been thinking about you a lot.
This is lovely, and I think it amplifies the bible story of the poor woman who gave less money than anyone else, yet Jesus said she had given more than all the rest put together, because she gave from her poverty, whereas the rest gave out of their surplus. But you could either expand this, or go on to another project, and write of the heart wrenching pain of those who can't give either. Who are unable to open up and share their love, give their time, or are affraid to. I hadn't seen this before either. Dave