Sunday, October 11, 2009

100 Years From Now

There is a poem that is hanging on most caseworkers cubicles or counselors offices that sums up how caseworkers feel about children and families. It is a part of the Kessinger Collection and was written by a child named Ryan. You can get more children's writing and sayings contacting called 100 Years From Now.

The poem essentially states that a person can be rich, can have a big car, a large home, lots of servants and all of the things that money can buy, but in 100 years what that rich person does now will not matter to the world. Ryan tells it like it is, the only thing that will matter 100 years from now is how we treat our children and others children. The children are the future of the human race.

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