ravings of man LO28560

From: John Zavacki (systhinc@msn.com)
Date: 05/20/02

Replying to LO28557 --

I send prayers and empathy, and no advice. Poverty and knowledge are
inextricablty interwoven. For us to solve for one family in the equation,
we must teach and teach and.....

To solve for world hunger is beyond me, or anyone I know on this list.
I've sat back and watched the "scope creep" become scope exponention and I
won't be able to get any farther with planet earth than I have with my own
state in the US.

We can help, one to one, with gifts of love and knowledge. Anything else
requires a state with truly loves and understands the society for which it
claims to be infrastructure. These are painful questions, painful
answers. Best of luck, AT.

John F. Zavacki
  "People are entitled to joy in their work and a sense of ownership."
W. Edwards Deming


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