Think about the people on the other end.

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The things we have and the food we eat are mistreated and not valued. The everyday life makes us demand for more, leading us to being ungrateful. Instead we compete with each other, the "rich kid next door" or doing things that we could waste our lives with, updating statuses, etc. We are so "busy" with things that would not benefit us and take our everyday needs for granted. When it comes to poverty and poor people, we often avoid to or don't pay attention. Our parents often say," Don't you kn...

  • Member since February 8, 2012