dondeestanlosjaguares Roy: I just want to be left alone, to do what I have to do and not be bothered by those around me. . .

Rod: Then where's the challenge??

Roy: Yeah, you're right, I should take it as a challenge, not a burden, but it is so difficult, especially when your own family turns against you!

Rod: A challenge is as difficult as you see it, and you decide how far you want to look up, this wall is as high as you make it out to be, with only one thing getting in the way, the glare of the sun. Once you're over the wall, you will really see how small the wall is and that the sun getting in your eyes distorted the actual size of the wall.

Roy: Yeah, I'm just tired, and I had had to deal with enough already. I should rest and maybe tomorrow will be different. Talking to people really helps. Thank you.

Rod: No problem, that's what I'm hear for. . .
. When Mother Teresa received the prize, she was asked, "What can we do to promote world peace?" She answered "Go home and love your family." Building on this theme in her Nobel Lecture, she said: "Around the world, not only in the poor countries, but I found the poverty of the West so much more difficult to remove. When I pick up a person from the street, hungry, I give him a plate of rice, a piece of bread, I have satisfied. I have removed that hunger. But a person that is shut out, that feels unwanted, unloved, terrified, the person that has been thrown out from society—that poverty is so hurtable [sic] and so much, and I find that very difficult." 110210
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