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Haiti has a high unemployment so folks have no other way of getting by other than to ask those who have

By: Marie Nadine Pierre (replying to topic) - May 16 2017, 6:03 PM

Jah/Jahnes love. I am so proud of the "Smart" beggars in Ayiti.

Those who ask (nicely and intelligently) will receive.

And Ayiti has a high unemployment, under employment rate so folks have no other way of getting by other than to ask those who have. Unfortunately, the rich, and the well to do are not very generous.

And those who give tend to be the ones who know the hardship of being impoverished.

Beggars need to Start a Konbit, I beg and I have had to live by what I make for years now. I eat well, and I am very grateful to the people who give me each and everyday.

Blessed love.

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