John says: “Wherever you are on the snakes and ladders of life, this is one articulate expression of why you should be grateful for what you have – this assumes that anyone, who does not ‘have’, will not have the equipment to read this …
I’ve been meaning to start writing this blog for months, but you know how it is. Life gets in the way – and I’ve been busy.
Still, as I sat here tonight in my nice, warm, comfy house, I was jolted into action by a Facebook post from a friend of mine who happened to mention this:
The Rucksack Project – Go to charity shops, get a rucksack, sleeping bag, flask (fill with hot soup), spoon, gloves, hat, fleece, undies, socks and extra food, take it out and give it to a homeless person. That’s it. As it says on the Facebook page, it’s really simple, costs very little, and should only take an hour of your time.
It struck a nerve. I’m sitting here in my nice, warm, comfy house, and some people aren’t.
We all see sad stuff on the TV and in the news, and we all think sad thoughts…
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