“Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty”, -Mother Teresa. I completely agree with this, because no one wants to…

“Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty”, -Mother Teresa. I completely agree with this, because no one wants to feel unwanted. Feeling unwanted, not welcome, rejected, un-loved, for me is the WORST poverty that can happen. I mean, no one wants to feel rejected, as an outcast, and everyone wants to be loved. If you were lonely, there would be no comfort for you. No one would care about you, or what you think. I would rather be rich in friends than money. Being rich, yet still be poor is like one person could be rich in power and money, but still be poor with friends, and love. A great example is a rich snotty kid that gets whatever he wants, even friends. Though he doesn’t know that the friends are fake because he treats them like crap, and then in the end he is left alone. Well, that wasn’t the “greatest” example, but you get my point. So the moral of this is be friendly, and don’t exclude anyone, because their suffering the most terrible poverty.
– Matt

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  • Ash

    I hope adults read this. Some kids want and ache for their parent’s love, but the parents brush it off completely making the kid feel awful. The kid wants to know what is wrong with them. Why won’t their parents love them?