While we talk about who gets health care and from whom and at what cost ... while we harvest our bounty in the autumn of the year, and educate our children in schools, homes, and co-ops where we can depend on clean water, clean food, and adequate light and heat ... while we figure out how to consume our bounty in more healthful ways and wonder what to do with the huge natural gas deposits in our own shale ... I offer this perspective corrector. You may click on the picture to find out more, if you want. Or maybe it is enough for you - today, maybe it is enough - to look around and notice what you see - and say thank you. The woman with no hands holds an empty bowl and hopes that someone might put some food into it. At the very least, maybe we can say thank you for our "problems."

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