It is a shame how one person can stand across the street and describe a fellow human, using words which would make that human appear less-than themselves.
On one hand, we use words which deny happiness on any level and on the next, we use words which suggests happiness on any level. Does having things, like money, cause any human being to be less fortunate than the next? Because you live in a gated community and I in next to the trash dump, does this make you any better?
What is poverty: the state of being extremely poor. ation of the right to individual ownership of property as part of a religious vow. "thousands of families are living in abject poverty" synonyms penury, destitution, pauperism, pauperdom, beggary, indigence, pennilessness, impoverishment, neediness, need, hardship, impecuniousness "abject poverty" · the state of being inferior in quality or insufficient in amount.
"synonyms: scarcity, deficiency, dearth, shortage, paucity, insufficiency, absence, lack
Every word in this definition defines and are describes the language
and behavior of a so called wealthy
person, so what is the difference between being wealthy and being poor? Why does one people consider themselves above the rule and , being of and for the same people, consider the same people below the rule?
The word poverty, just like any other, is manmade and brings to question why any fellow human being would give such a negative connotation to a word meaning “I need your help”. Is this why homelessness has become big business?
Poverty is another word we've created and used to exploit the state of being of another human beings, hence, the underlying cause of poverty is "fellow human beings". Yes, we cause and are causing unnecessary pain and suffering to our fellow human beings by denying them unrestricted access to the same resources to which we were able to selfishly claim ownership.
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