That’s the name of the new book I’m reading, written by Donald E. Messer.
I started it about 5 minutes ago, and instantly saw something I had to share with you all:
Every three seconds a person dies somewhere in the world due to poverty-that means 8 million nameless people a year.
Over 1 billion people go to bed hungry every night.
Yesterday some 30,000 people died from malnutrition and hunger, of which 18,000 were children.
Today an estimated 6,000 people died from AIDS, 5,000 from tuberculosis and 3,000 from malaria.
Last year at least 2.1 million people died of AIDS and almost 3 million more became infected with HIV.
And most people don’t give a shit!
I think I’m going to enjoy this book! I’ll be sharing snippets of it as they come to me. I hope you enjoy reading them!