The Flip Side of Poverty

We see them - vagrants living on the streets, asking for handouts, and bumming rides. We judge them as runaways, addicts, alcoholics, or panhandlers. We rarely see little more than dirty clothes, mussed hair or the cardboard signs they carry. We might be bothered if we are stopped to hand them a crumpled up dollar…

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For the love of them…or us?

I recently read a great article about Toms. The shoes. But more so the real purpose of the company. It's a great idea, right? You buy a pair of shoes and they will give a pair of shoes to kids who don't have them. I've seen kids with bare feet and gone on medical clinics…