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Desensitized

Driving or just walking along the streets of Manila, I normally encounter street kids selling all sorts of stuff—from cigarettes, to strings of sampaguita, or wiper boys, who try to offer their services by wiping your car’s windshield during traffic stops.

street kids

And for quite some time, I admit that I had been desensitized by the numerous encounters I had with these streets kids, who at a very young age, have been thrust with a heavy responsibility to either support their families or simply do it for their daily survival.

However, on Monday (Aug. 31), as I listen to Pastor Miles McPherson speak during the Miles Ahead evangelistic festival rally at the Greenhills Christian Fellowship, I was struck by what he said about identifying with the brokenness of people in our community.

Click here for more…http://richavady.com/2009/09/04/desensitized/

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