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We Teach Our Children to Share, Then What?

We Teach Our Children to Share, Then What?Do not let the bread of the hungry mildew in your larder! Do not let moths eat the poor man's cloak. Do

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We Teach Our Children to Share, Then What?

Do not let the bread of the hungry mildew in your larder! Do not let moths eat the poor man's cloak. Do not store the shoes of the barefoot. Do not hoard the money of the needy. Things you possess in too great abundance belong to the poor and not to you. You are the thief who steals from God if you are able to help your neighbor and refuse to do it.

- Christine de Pizan (1364-1440)

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Violent Simplicity and the Circular Succession that Nurtures Nature - A planksip® Möbius

We Teach Our Children to Share, Then What?

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