We see life in fragments, always, we can sometimes combine a few fragments and thus form larger picture, as of nations and continents, but little more than that.
We see organisms and can scale the image down to species and individuals within species and the condition of individuals within each species, and so on down to tiny units. But we never see the whole picture. Yet it is there, as visible as the fragments, if we see fit.
This applies to all aspects of life, including poverty. There are poor people in every nation, maybe not equally poor but still poor. There are slums, poor nations, poor countries and poor continents. Can you then imagine what the overall picture called poverty looks like?
Strange is it not? No, not that we see just fragments and never the whole picture, but rather that there is poverty in a world that is full of wealth and enough of everything for everyone.
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