struggling to survive

Monday July 27th, Psalm 145: All eyes look to you for help; you give them their food as they need it.  When you open your hand, you satisfy the hunger and thirst of every living thing.  God created the world and looked upon it and called it good.  In God’s eyes there is no us and them, for all are the children of God created in the image of God and called good.  That which you do, or fail to do, onto the least of these, you do or fail to do onto God.  Society is judged not on how it creates wealth for the few, but on how it cares for the least, lost and lonely.  God has given the gift, we are only asked to share.  Health care for all or high profits for a few, the fight continues, and in the midst of it God calls us to adhere to Kindergarten rules, clean up after yourself, share, be kind and remember there is enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed.  God had provided for all, the fact that some are walking with Golden parachutes while others are going bare foot in tattered clothes is a sin.  For far too many, life is simply struggling to survive and is an example of what happens when we don’t discern the body and eat and drink damnation to ourselves.  The hoarding tends to bring rot not only to our piles of stuff, but also to our lives, the smell of rot comes from within.  


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