Today is the day. It is workers day in SA. May today be the day that people all over the globe take a honest and real look at their attitude towards the have nots and vulnerable. Why do we have a poor majority in all countries?

Is the golden rule not what you put in you get out? How does a civil society justify taking everything from those who have nothing but their two hands and two feet to contribute.

Who's error is this? The general level of the masses?

Years and years of gain for the elite by building with the energy of the least developed in society because the super rich deny justice to the poor. AND then they boast about being strong, powerful and at the top of the foodchain in Life.

Why did Nepal happen? Is it to end the endless
suffering of many?

Please look into your hearts today. Is it filled with the compassion to make changes for the greater good of all?

YOU SHALL NOT STEAL....from the poor!!! They only have 2 hands and 2 feet to contribute. They are your mother, partner, sister, daughter and friend.

Remember today. Remember the people of Africa.

Thank you.

BH.

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Comment by Christina De Wet on May 7, 2015 at 2:29am
Good day Untung. Yes, agreed and taking from one's own is not real stealing. People have to be taughts exactly what forms of taking is stealing. Non tangeble stuff are stollen all the time. Respect for the ideas of the originators should be practiced and not exploited by the ignorant. Time are stollen too. Help me to teach the next generation better ways please.

Thank you for reading my post and for your comment.
Comment by Untung Waluyo on May 7, 2015 at 2:16am

Just steal from your own, don't form the poor.

Untung Waluyo

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