Perhaps We Need to Redefine The Word “Necessity”

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3 responses to “Perhaps We Need to Redefine The Word “Necessity”

  1. Necessity means to have the items you need to survive on a daily basis.
    We need food to eat in order to have energy to perform our duties. We need clothes to cover our bodies and shelter to live in. People are not communicating verbally anymore. They buy their children every electronic device on the market but they have no books in their house to read nor do they have board games to play. These may be old-fashioned, but if anyone has experience being without electricity for 2 to 4 days, you will understand why it is important to have other ways of entertainment.

  2. Harold I. Brown

    We are so blessed in this country. I subscribe to a website that gives me the photo of the day. I am asked to pray for the many people around the world that don’t have food, water,shelter that we here take for granted. We as a race have come so very far, not by our own effort alone, but from the constant help from God. It is really hurtful to me to see some of our 30 to 50 year old Blacks assimilate into non caring and materialistic people. Whether you believe in God or not, as long as you can inhaleand exhale, He believe in you.

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