Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Rich Man, Poor Man

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Post-Script: There's a price to be paid for keeping a business open-minded and inviting to all social classes, which is that you'll have to, on occasion, deal with conflicts and messes. But such is life. The price to be paid in not being open and inviting is to miss out on life altogether. There's a lesson here for our political leaders, hidden just under the surface at places like Winning Coffee, where rich men, poor men, beggar men and thieves congregate.

Typecast via Olympia SM9, photo via Fujifilm X10.

2 Comments:

OpenID writelephant.com said...

Winning post!

3:22 AM  
Blogger Bill M said...

Sounds like a neat place. We run into homeless people in old St. Augustine. Most of the time it is the same. They ask for a cigarette, sometimes money.

Winning Coffee sounds like a neat place to visit.

3:24 AM  

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