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You sure have a problem this pic was put up so the likes of you wouldn’t feel sorry for yourself and now your blaming Trump guess I’m not surprised he gets blamed for Jeff Dunham you laugh I laugh you cry I cry you hurt my pug shirt everything else this kind of poverty has been going on for centuries we can’t fix it all overnight what has Democrats done for these people over the years nothing
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When I hear someone complaining about their life I remind them of how lucky they are to have a proper home, warmth, food and safety. Why do they complain when they could be living like the people in this picture? Because there are other trials in tribulations in life. Maybe you should stop trying to invalidate people’s troubles and actually be supportive. Jeff Dunham you laugh I laugh you cry I cry you hurt my pug shirt I’m not invalidating anyone’s troubles, believe me I have lots of my own but I don’t waste time feeling sorry for myself, I just accept my life as it is and thank my lucky stars I have what I’ve got. End of story.
So true sometimes we think we have it bad in our air condition homes with a refrigerator and cabinets full of food sometimes throwing food away. Or buying a special coffee at a coffee shop and eating at a favorite restaurant but you look at this picture and see how blessed we really are. There is a enough for everyone, It’s not distributed fairly. Half the world have more than enough food, that much in fact, we can afford to waste it. It’s man’s greed that causes half of the world to starve!!!
I’ve believed for many years that if only more Americans traveled abroad and saw how fortunate and blessed we are here, things might be better. We take for granted things that are only dreamed about in many many places in the world. I totally agree but (and hear me out) maybe they’re happy, or happy enough, as is. Everything is relative and they have their good days and bad days, and having all the “stuff” and conveniences in our world doesn’t “make” people happy. In fact, having all the “stuff” often leads to being unfulfilled. I think it’s almost as likely that a mega-wealthy business person might long for a simpler life as someone living in the conditions represented above might long for something more.