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21/03/2014

Poor street kids, oh my gosh! What is in our world today, these poor street kids were left unattended to sleep on the street just like the stray dogs did once. God help us and the homeless.

KABUL,AFGHANISTAN - SEPT. 12:  Fatima and Nadia, both orphans living at  the Shahad Nik Mohammed orphanage  in Kabul, Afghanistan cry September  12,2002. The children only had tea to drink this morning because there  was not even money for bread which costs about five cents a loaf. They  are living in desperate conditions as this country struggles to rebuild  itself. (Photo by Ami Vitale)

Fatima and Nadia, both orphans living at the Shahad Nik Mohammed orphanage in Kabul, Afghanistan cry September The children only had tea to drink this morning because there was not even money for bread which.

tears...by f.şankaynağı

across the street. Feeding the hungry is a moral duty not a charitable act. Cut Subsidies to the Rich and tax them appropriately to serve the common good.

This is a photo of a well-nourished man stealing a bag of maize from a starving Sudanese child.The role of the photographer was questioned as well as what was done after the photo was taken. http://www.photoconflict.com/theories/ethics-and-vision/

This is very sad. A well nourished Sudanese man steals Maize from a starving child during a food distribution at Medecins Sans Frontieres feeding centre at Ajiep, southern Sudan, in 1998 . some people are sickening!

Niño toca el violín en el funeral de su maestro, el mismo que le ayudó a escapar de la pobreza y la violencia a través de la música.

As a teacher, you hope to touch a child's life in such a profound way as this little boy's did. Diego Frazão Torquato, 12 year old Brazilian playing the violin at his teacher’s funeral. The teacher had helped him escape poverty and violence through music.