Highly Flammable: Materialism in The Face of Poverty

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  1. If we are blessed with financial and material goods we are fortunate. But, I feel that when we recah out to others with what God has blessed us this is where our real blessing begin. No matter how much or how little we have we should always be attending to the needs of others especially if we are a christian and have the mind of christ. We cannot take it with us when we die and I have never seen a hearst with a luggage rack. I want to live simply so that others can simply live.

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