So here's an eye opener....finished lunch, but didn't finish the plate since food was too oily at Henderson mall. This early 20's kid came to me and asked for change, I refused for obvious reasons.Then next he asked for my LEFT OVERS on the plate so he can have something to eat!!!!!......Man what in the actual ....!!! The regret I felt for that young man went to the core. Imagine his self respect,in his youth,his future,his friends......
Straight up, what I saw was that we have failed as a whole to take care of each other, failure of politicians and governments,failure in making a better future for the younger generation or any other generation for that matter😔
And of course this is why we should NEVER throw away food. Here's a good reason for myself and everyone else to remember!!!
Someone please point me towards where I can be a help to people that's struggling to find ends meet or to have a meal or where we can help the up and coming generations.
Play Stuff Short Doco: When New Zealand gave two young Chinese refugees citizenship in the 1940’s they found an unlikely way to return the gift – by saving the almighty kumara.
Bob works behind the counter at West Liqour. HIs partner is C.E.O of a licensing Trust and earns a bit more than him.
Bob wants to be a "fatcat" on the living wage so he can pay his mortgage and bills and at least have something left over.
Now after being insulted, demeaned and under-valued, Bob and his 200plus co-workers now know who NOT to vote for at the upcoming Local Body Elections
One of the best videos we've seen! Amazing production!
"Even though it (Haka) is very ferocious the way you deliver it, you are honouring those opponents that you come up against. Every time you get up and do the Haka no matter where you are, you represent the God of War, and so as you stand, you also represent your people. You as the warrior are the shelter to our people."
Who is excited for the Rugby World Cup 2019 like we are?
The opening ceremony is set to begin at 21:30 NZT followed by the first match between Japan and Russia at 22:30 NZT.