Questions, questions

Questions, questions

But never any answers,

Who can shed a light on why

Life for some has to be do hard,

In a world of plentiful

Why do some have so much,

Yet others have nothing

Which is strange in a world where there’s enough.

Is that some are greedy and hoard wealth

Is it that others are lazy and don’t try touch,

But some wealth is passed on down

And never actually earned,

Some who do not have enough

Were not given the chance to learn,

We live in a society that happy with what they see

Blatant and obvious inequality,

Why can’t wealth be dispersed a lot more fairly

Why can we not promote sharing instead of greed,

And give everybody an equal chance of a good education

Instead of leaving people in ghettos building up frustrations,

Everybody has a talent be them rich or poor

Can we not show gratitude and some appreciation,

That a world that lives equally can all feel invested

Rather than leaving a some people utterly uninterested,

Questions, questions

I ask them but no answer is returned,

Because those on top want the status quo to be reaffirmed,

Because of how much they benefit from others suffering,

How can we allow this to keep happening.

Published by fauxcroft

spiritually aware and compassionate. Experiencing being human through my conscious reality in an illusory world.

5 thoughts on “Questions, questions

  1. It is indeed a fascinating series of questions, with a multitude of possible answers. I believe that we need to consider people as individuals, and especially not make assumptions about people whose history or background we do not in fact know. And if we know a bit about their history or background, I don’t think we should ignore that, or try to frame it as something other than what it is, for our own possibly selfish reasons, or possible intentions to manipulate. I think we should try to celebrate the good in people, whether they are poor or rich. And let’s face it, we don’t know how or why each individual got “poor” or “rich,” just by looking at them; regardless of what our individual concept of “rich” is, or what we’d like to imagine about them, just to justify our own causes or actions.

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      1. What a lovely reply. πŸ˜­πŸ™πŸ’› Thank you, and likewise, I’m grateful to you for the same, too. πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸŒ»πŸŒ·

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