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Kindness: dream3is3destiny3 "IF YOUTHINK THERE ISN'TENOUGH FOOD FOREVERYONE, YOU SHORTAGE IS SCRIPTEDLIKE POVERTY WE HAVE THE TECHNIQUES ANDRESOURCES TO ALLLIVELIVES OF ABUNDANCE, BUTIT'S DON FREEMAN Repost @dream3is3destiny3 with @repostapp ・・・ I am not exaggerating when I say that over-population and food shortages and water crisis' are either bold face lies used to keep you in a perpetual state of fear, OR are conditions being caused on purpose for nefarious reasons. This scarcity based mindset is being propagated in order to clamp down on the general public, blame the masses for the problems and then when the situations get bad enough they (the powers that shouldn't be) can force whatever they want into action and people will gladly go for it. There are legitimate portions of the population without access to clean drinking water or food. I am certainly not going to deny that, but I know within my heart if I had the money of the 20th richest person in the world I personally would ensure that the needy of the world would be provided for. Not just given something for free, but for an exchange of acts of kindness or volunteering in your community you would never go without food or water. βˆžπŸ’šβˆž www.WakingLife.co 3rdeyeopen tohigherconsciousness higherawakening spiritualmeme indigochildren deepthoughts higherself knowthyself seekthetruth thirdeyevision 3rdeyegang inlakech pinealgland spirittribe truthseekers freeyourmind wokeaf collectiveconsciousness consciouscommunity truthseeker deepthought woke vibratehigher higherconsciousness freeyourself infinitelove wakinglife cosmicconsciousness indigochild
Kindness: dream3is3destiny3
 "IF YOUTHINK THERE ISN'TENOUGH FOOD FOREVERYONE, YOU
 SHORTAGE IS SCRIPTEDLIKE POVERTY WE HAVE THE TECHNIQUES
 ANDRESOURCES TO ALLLIVELIVES OF ABUNDANCE, BUTIT'S
 DON FREEMAN
Repost @dream3is3destiny3 with @repostapp ・・・ I am not exaggerating when I say that over-population and food shortages and water crisis' are either bold face lies used to keep you in a perpetual state of fear, OR are conditions being caused on purpose for nefarious reasons. This scarcity based mindset is being propagated in order to clamp down on the general public, blame the masses for the problems and then when the situations get bad enough they (the powers that shouldn't be) can force whatever they want into action and people will gladly go for it. There are legitimate portions of the population without access to clean drinking water or food. I am certainly not going to deny that, but I know within my heart if I had the money of the 20th richest person in the world I personally would ensure that the needy of the world would be provided for. Not just given something for free, but for an exchange of acts of kindness or volunteering in your community you would never go without food or water. βˆžπŸ’šβˆž www.WakingLife.co 3rdeyeopen tohigherconsciousness higherawakening spiritualmeme indigochildren deepthoughts higherself knowthyself seekthetruth thirdeyevision 3rdeyegang inlakech pinealgland spirittribe truthseekers freeyourmind wokeaf collectiveconsciousness consciouscommunity truthseeker deepthought woke vibratehigher higherconsciousness freeyourself infinitelove wakinglife cosmicconsciousness indigochild

Repost @dream3is3destiny3 with @repostapp ・・・ I am not exaggerating when I say that over-population and food shortages and water crisis'...

Kindness: BE ONE LESS PERSON HURTING ANIMALS Words to live by. πŸ’• govegan vegansofig mercyforanimals loveanimals kindness animallovers truth bekind
Kindness: BE ONE LESS
 PERSON
 HURTING
 ANIMALS
Words to live by. πŸ’• govegan vegansofig mercyforanimals loveanimals kindness animallovers truth bekind

Words to live by. πŸ’• govegan vegansofig mercyforanimals loveanimals kindness animallovers truth bekind

Kindness: NOTHING TASTES AS GOOD AS BEING VEGAN FEELS. So true!! πŸ’― govegan vegansofig mercyforanimals veganlife loveanimals kindness bestlife truth thursdaythoughts
Kindness: NOTHING
 TASTES AS
 GOOD AS
 BEING VEGAN
 FEELS.
So true!! πŸ’― govegan vegansofig mercyforanimals veganlife loveanimals kindness bestlife truth thursdaythoughts

So true!! πŸ’― govegan vegansofig mercyforanimals veganlife loveanimals kindness bestlife truth thursdaythoughts

Kindness: ANIMALS DESERVE KINDNESS Be kind to animals. Please don't eat them. πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’— govegan vegansofig mercyforanimals animallovers kindness loveanimals bekind
Kindness: ANIMALS
 DESERVE
 KINDNESS
Be kind to animals. Please don't eat them. πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’— govegan vegansofig mercyforanimals animallovers kindness loveanimals bekind

Be kind to animals. Please don't eat them. πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’— govegan vegansofig mercyforanimals animallovers kindness loveanimals bekind

Kindness: This Guy Noticed a Homeless Man With His D For Them Had Me In Tears og Asking For Food. What He Did Last week I was having breakfast at Chik-fil-a and as I was sitting in my truck eating I noticed a homeless guy sitting on the curb behind the building with his dog He was holding a sign asking for money or food donations to help feed him and his dog (did not look like a druggy or alchy just an older man down on his luck). I observed him the entire time I ate my breakfast, he mostly just sat there scratching his mutt and holding the sign while people drove past ignoring them When I finished my breakfast I decided to make another run through the drive-through and ordered a large chicken biscuit combo As I was leaving I pulled up along side him and handed him the bag of breakfast and a small bag of dog food I had in my truck for when I bring my dog to work. The bag of Chick-fil-a put a huge smile on his face but when I handed him the bag of dog food the guy literally lost it and started bawling right there on the side of my truck. After regaining his composure he exclaimed that it had been so long since somebody had treated him like a human being. I asked him if he would be willing to work hard for a decent days pay and he immediately straightened up and exclaimed that he could be the hardest worker I had ever seen. I gave him my business card and a fiver and told him to meet me at that spot the next morning and I would put him to work. The next day I stopped in and sure enough he was waiting there for me, I took him & his dog to the jobsite. He wasn't kidding about being a hard worker this guy carried wood around and fetched tools out of my truck for me all day without complaining once, his dog just shadowed him the entire time. During the day I learned about how he had lost his wife in a car accident, had his home that he had lived in for 35 years repossessed by the bank, had no children or family, was staying at a KOA campground and had a bunch of his life possessions stolen, had been spit on by strangers while begging for money and had all but given up on the human race as a whole. At the end of the day I took him to my bank and withdrew his days pay which amounted to $80. The look on his face was well worth it. My random act of kindness seemed to put a spark back in his eye and I continued to pick him up the rest of the week in the same spot and paying him at the end of each day Yesterday when I dropped him off he asked me to take him to a different spot, near the KOA. He explained with the money I payed him he was going to be able to afford camping provisions for the next couple of months and told me how much it meant to him and his dog to not have to sleep outside on the cold ground When I left him last night he looked like a different person then the man I saw hanging his head in shame behind Chik-fil-a. He promised me he would be there for me next week if I needed him and although my job-site is going to be on the other side of town next week I have already decided to continue going out of my way to pick him up and put him to work Feels good man <p>Homeless Man And His Dog.</p>
Kindness: This Guy Noticed a Homeless Man With
 His D
 For Them Had Me In Tears
 og Asking For Food. What He Did
 Last week I was having breakfast at
 Chik-fil-a and as I was sitting in my truck
 eating I noticed a homeless guy sitting on
 the curb behind the building with his dog
 He was holding a sign asking for money or
 food donations to help feed him and his
 dog (did not look like a druggy or alchy
 just an older man down on his luck). I
 observed him the entire time I ate my
 breakfast, he mostly just sat there
 scratching his mutt and holding the sign
 while people drove past ignoring them
 When I finished my breakfast I decided to
 make another run through the drive-through
 and ordered a large chicken biscuit combo
 As I was leaving I pulled up along side him
 and handed him the bag of breakfast and
 a small bag of dog food I had in my truck
 for when I bring my dog to work. The bag
 of Chick-fil-a put a huge smile on his face
 but when I handed him the bag of dog
 food the guy literally lost it and started
 bawling right there on the side of my
 truck. After regaining his composure he
 exclaimed that it had been so long since
 somebody had treated him like a human
 being. I asked him if he would be willing to
 work hard for a decent days pay and he
 immediately straightened up and
 exclaimed that he could be the hardest
 worker I had ever seen. I gave him my
 business card and a fiver and told him to
 meet me at that spot the next morning
 and I would put him to work.
 The next day I stopped in and sure enough
 he was waiting there for me, I took him &
 his dog to the jobsite. He wasn't kidding
 about being a hard worker this guy carried
 wood around and fetched tools out of my
 truck for me all day without complaining
 once, his dog just shadowed him the
 entire time. During the day I learned about
 how he had lost his wife in a car accident,
 had his home that he had lived in for 35
 years repossessed by the bank, had no
 children or family, was staying at a KOA
 campground and had a bunch of his life
 possessions stolen, had been spit on by
 strangers while begging for money and
 had all but given up on the human race as
 a whole. At the end of the day I took him
 to my bank and withdrew his days pay
 which amounted to $80. The look on his
 face was well worth it. My random act of
 kindness seemed to put a spark back in his
 eye and I continued to pick him up the rest
 of the week in the same spot and paying
 him at the end of each day
 Yesterday when I dropped him off he
 asked me to take him to a different spot,
 near the KOA. He explained with the
 money I payed him he was going to be
 able to afford camping provisions for the
 next couple of months and told me how
 much it meant to him and his dog to not
 have to sleep outside on the cold ground
 When I left him last night he looked like a
 different person then the man I saw
 hanging his head in shame behind
 Chik-fil-a. He promised me he would be
 there for me next week if I needed him
 and although my job-site is going to be on
 the other side of town next week I have
 already decided to continue going out of
 my way to pick him up and put him to
 work
 Feels good man
<p>Homeless Man And His Dog.</p>

<p>Homeless Man And His Dog.</p>