We Don’t Know What It Is Like To Walk In Someone Else’s Shoes

We don’t know what it is like to walk in someone else’s shoes. Poverty, distress is all around us. 

We have people who can’t afford to drive their cars out of their driveways.

They have no medical insurance to cover their husband who has severe dementia nor anyone to watch him.

We have people very depressed because of cancer and not enough money to pay their bills, let alone keep the wolf away.

Gas is the only thing that works with standard cars.

Money is the only thing that can be bartered for products.

There needs to be compassion with medical bills that people can’t pay, instead of calling people and bugging them. If you were going through treatment, would you want to be badgered?

Walk in someone else’s shoes for a day. Be compassionate!