Wednesday, June 3, 2015


Don't build your mansion among the poor and suffering. There is a story that goes like this. A boy found one kid in trouble. He rescued him. The parents of the rescued kid wanted to thank the poor kid. Since the poor farmer was too gracious, he refused financial help. The rich family offered to put his son in the same noble schools as their son. Fast forward. The noble man's son got very sick with what we now know as tuberculosis. The poor kid, with the education he had received, treated and cured the disease. Meet Louis Pasteur (the farmer's kid). Meet Churchill the kid from from a noble rich family. Never build your mansion without paying attention to the ones suffering in your community. Everyone is capable of much. Never write off anyone. While you eat, think about your neighbours who go hungry. While you put your kids in expensive private schools, think about the kids of the poor whom if given the same education might save the life of your beloved child. The Louis Pasteur institution in Normandy France can fill you in. For God and my country. Arise together and never leave anyone behind.

Martha Leah Zesaguli (Nangalama)
Moncton, Canada
Born and Raised in Uganda (Bududa District)
All my opinions are mine and not a reflection of any company I am affiliated with
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