Wess Stafford Quote

I have become convinced that the more wealth a country accumulates, the more isolated and lonely its people become. The loneliest are usually the children and the elderly. Children learn what they live, and isolation in the 'village' is one of the most destructive messages we daily write on the tablets of their hearts.


Too Small to Ignore: Why the Least of These Matters Most (ed. WaterBrook, 2010) - ISBN: 9780307550439

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I have become convinced that the more wealth a country accumulates, the more isolated and lonely its people become. The loneliest are usually the...

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I have become convinced that the more wealth a country accumulates, the more isolated and lonely its people become. The loneliest are usually the...

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I have become convinced that the more wealth a country accumulates, the more isolated and lonely its people become. The loneliest are usually the...

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I have become convinced that the more wealth a country accumulates, the more isolated and lonely its people become. The loneliest are usually the...