This is an inspirational story about a woman entrepreneur in India. She runs a business and loves and cares for the poor and homeless at the same time. Imagine a cafe in the United States giving up to 100 meals a day in front of the restaurant where they are selling their food? What a great idea to share perfectly good food that would be tossed at the end of the day.
In the United States, there are groups and stores and restaurants that also donate food for the homeless and hungry, but not everywhere. The logistics might need to be worked out but it is not insurmountable. It seems a crime to throw away food when there are hungry people who would gladly eat it.
I have to say that I am not surprised that this Indian woman is sharing from her restaurant and her big heart! Indians are warm, generous, and loving people!
This is Incredible India!
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It is so simple and yet so effective. Gives the people who need the food a dignified way of getting it.
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I can’t seem to reply to your page…Is it because you fear debate?
Just asking …
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I reblogged this to my site….But I can’t add it here 😀
Shaun, I have no idea what you are talking about! You know my internet skills are very limited. I have no idea how to block key words! I thank you for the the reblog!
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I give in 😀 Now that important… x
NOT!! …See…. I am a mes now LOL
Your post came up about Palestinian children.
Hmmm. I can’t see it…Wordpress at it’s best 😀 And I think they were Syrian kids maybe….Sorry…check my last blog….Main road has almost caved in down the hill from me.
MANUSMIRITI AND WOMEN
November 24, 2016Edit
(From the book Hinduism Beyond Rituals, Customs And Traditions by Promod Puri)
Since bias knows no boundaries, Manusmriti not only expounds the social distance between the upper and lower castes, but it also delineates the status of women by curbing their rights. It lists guidelines for men in selecting marriage partners and puts a stamp of their superiority by creating gender inequality.
In chapter 3 with numbered paragraphs here it is what Manusmriti prescribes:
8. One should not marry women who have reddish hair, redundant parts of the body [such as six fingers], one who is often sick, one without hair or having excessive hair and one who has red eyes.
9. One should not marry women whose names are similar to constellations, trees, rivers, those from a low caste, mountains, birds, snakes, slaves or those whose names inspires terror.
10. Wise men should not marry women who do not have a brother and whose parents are not socially well known.
I thank you Kapil for sending this to me. Could you tell me the point you were making? Sorry for being slow! 😎