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Going out on a limb with this one.
Compassion is a bridge . . .
Compassion is a bridge to a better life for the children and a bridge for me to have a more caring, loving heart.
Compassion is a bridge between poverty and its opposite: enough (for the children it serves).
Compassion is a bridge to cross the mental divide between complacency in western “wealth” and a new understanding of how the rest of the world lives (as per yesterday’s post).
from my house to Africa.
For the children Compassion is a bridge of hope, a bridge of life.
For sponsors like me, Compassion is a bridge to a more generous spirit, a better set of priorities and a more humble heart.
Compassion is a bridge to life that could have been mine but for the grace of God.
between my heart and
-Uwizera’s heart, and
… to somewhere.
Yes, you’re definitely on a limb…
Jesus is the bridge, Compassion is more like the ‘tap-tap’ that crosses it bringing little ones from one side to the other.
…between two cultures that need each other
Oh, Juli; you’re so right!
I love Dave’s analogy too — I’ve seen those tap-taps in Haiti.
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[quote comment="4676"]Compassion is a bridge between poverty and its opposite: enough (for the children it serves).
Compassion is a bridge to cross the mental divide between complacency in western "wealth" and a new understanding of how the rest of the world lives (as per yesterday's post).[/quote]
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