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thank you for her water


As I was sitting for breakfast with my daughter the other week I was blessed with a thought: "good job, my child. Good job holding your glass so well (versus a sippy cup)" and then my second thought -which should have been my first- came to mind, "I am blessed in my life that I watch my child drink from a cup of clean water; is situations like this, one must take advantage and take action so one day, others that do not drink or even have access to clean water will soon be drinking clean water." as well I visioned, "if I were in the shoes of a mother that did not have access to clean water, she would not just be able to say, child we cannot drink this water because it is dirty. Rather, she would have to have her daughter drink this water, possibly contaminated with garbage or even feces, because she would not want her child to die of dehydration".
Why aren't human rights actually there for every human. Your human right is not a privilege. Everyone should have an option.. I have drawn a blank from weak hands. I WILL NOT ALLOW MYSELF TO BELIEVE THAT A CORRUPT GOVERNMENT IS STRONGER THAN A CLUSTER OF CONSCIOUS MINDS. NO.

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