Having Choices And Choosing To Run

Every day most of us, in the U.S. especially, have a dozen choices we can make. I had the choice to either get up at 4:30 am and run or stay in bed and sleep. Not to minimize those that do have some tough decisions to make, but in the big picture most of us have pretty easy decisions, compared to those in Sierra Leone.

When my kids get home from school they have a dozen options they can choose from with how to spend their time. Children in Sierra Leone are among the poorest in the world. The hardship of daily life for these children doesn’t give them many choices for how they spend their time, for most they have no choice but to help their family survive. Access to clean water expands the choices these children have and provides future opportunities they might not have otherwise had.

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