Sunday, August 23, 2009

Simplicity - K.I.S.S. Keeping It Simple Sweety

It is not the complexity of the problem but the simplicity of the solution that confounds most people.

A truck driver, with a full load, thought he could get through a low tunnel. He couldn't and became jammed in the tunnel. Professionals came from all over to try and get the truck free but were stymied with the problem. A ten year old boy came by and suggested letting the air out of the tires.

Joseph gathered 20% of the crops during the years of plenty to save his family and the world of his day during the time of famine.

Paul got into the marketplace by making tents giving him opportunities to meet many people and practice caring for the weak. Acts 20:32-35

In Kenya, $100 will buy 4 goats that will create a lifetime of wealth for a family.

In Pakistan, a bicycle can make a huge difference in a family's life.

What other simple solutions are you aware of that can have a profound impact on people's lives?

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