Let Gratitude Flourish

Our complaints,

our miseries,

our inconveniences

are so petty

in comparison

to the massive horrors

others experience


6 thoughts on “Let Gratitude Flourish

      • At least one in five households facing an extreme lack of food, more than 30 percent of the population suffering from acute malnutrition, and at least two people out of every 10,000 are dying each day. It has currently been declared in South Sudan (first since 2011) and I believe another 3 countries are close too. There are four phases of growing concern before these criteria are reached 😦


      • It’s curious that there is such a specific definition. I simply when many people in a country or geographical area were starving, it would be considered a famine. All things must be defined by data these days otherwise they are merely generalisations. Cheers, Moira


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