I was directed to a place where I could get a lot of potato leaves for my rabbits so that it will help me cut the cost of buying manufactured feeds for them. As I approached the place I said to myself “this is somewhere I definitely haven’t been to and I doubt anybody leaves here” but to my surprise, I saw shanties scattered here and there and people living in them.
They Don't Have Anything
There was no electricity, no water supply, no toilets I could see, no drainage and the buildings looked like they were constructed buy substandard builders trying their hands out to see if their works come out successfully. Life in that place type of place in this modern day time can be considered as life in the wilderness.
I couldn’t drive to the place because the road was bad, so I just had to park my car a long way from where I was actually going to. I was wondering how the people staying this type of place manage things. No TV, no internet, no basic amenities of life. It got me wondering, have I been taking what I’ve got for granted, am I complaining too much do I need to be more charitable?
There are a lot of people in this world living below the poverty line, most of them wish they have just 10% of what you’ve got and that will make them have forever. So maybe sometimes we should just sit back and relax and thank God for what we have, for there are many who don’t have any at all.
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