2 March, 2010 23:56


One of the aspects of this experience that is really challenging me is that some (if not many) of the families that we are helping are not willing to assist as we clear rubble to make space for their new homes.

I am exploring the underlying Question here: can I be equally generous with my time and effort regardless of how the person recievesp it

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1 Response to “2 March, 2010 23:56”


  1. 1 Nathan T. Freeman March 3, 2010 at 00:42

    That’s easy: only if you choose to. I think the question you meant to ask is “SHOULD I?”


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