If you haven’t had buckets collecting the rain, or a flat empty stomach starving in pain, you know not the struggle it takes to stay sane. When your fridge it is full, and your pocket is packed, lend a hand out to others to try and give back. Instead you count dimes and your nickles, with greed, while mothers go home to three babies to feed. As you walk everyday, with a new pair of shoes, others tied up their soles with some strong sturdy glue. The heels on your feet hurt not even one bit, compared to a screw and a shoe that don’t fit. Your bags that you carry don’t come from the church, and the clothes they contain don’t smell “man in the earth”. You drive in a car, others walk in the rain, yet the price of the gas always makes you complain. The luck that you have isn’t granted to all, and don’t think that you’re big and that them they are small. These people, from dealing with troubles they’re in, have the biggest of hearts and the lowest of chins.