September 22, 2011

The Wisdom of the Littlest Pig (Day 62 - September 22, 2011)

Lights! Camera!  ACTION!!

Coming off the absolutely bestest sleep in the history of the world (or at least my best sleep while in the tent), I felt energized enough to get into the "production studio" and create the following epic video event.  The stars lined up in order to make this cinematic treasure a reality . . . the concept comes from a piece I wrote in 2003 . . . and I'm deeply grateful for the opportunity to work with the great Dr. Thad Pavarti Guy, a world renowned expert on linguistic anomalies and other strange things.  I hope you enjoy this offering, which has taken years to finally bring together as a video recording.

Oh . . . and trust me . . . you have NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS BEFORE ( . . . you can decide whether that is a good thing or not).


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Hey!! I'm That Poverty Guy . . . let's make a world of difference together.


  1. You gave a wonderful performance!! Bravo! You seem to have a terrific personality and your playfulness is refreshing.
    I hope we can make a difference. No one on this planet should go hungry or be so poor they can't afford a place to call home and lay their head.
    You are brave and I admire you greatly for doing this!
    You have me thinking how I can make a difference and I will let you know how I do make a difference!
    Stay Safe!

  2. Sean D. Krausert, EditorSeptember 23, 2011 at 10:08 AM

    Your encouragement and kind words are incredibly appreciated. Thank-you!

    It is my hope that by doing my small part, others will be encouraged to do their small part. Poverty can be addressed if we all stand up and say "We care!".

  3. That was a fabulous video Sean.....I appreciate your creativity and the message it portrayed....

    Don't think for a moment that your project has been forgotten by any of us....I continue to read your posts and each one of them has moved me. My thoughts of the homeless and the poverty stricken have shifted significantly since you took on this momentous project....for that, we are all grateful to you.

    Remember that angel hugs are coming your way!

    With my admiration,

    Heather Fredericks

  4. Sean D. Krausert, EditorSeptember 23, 2011 at 2:13 PM

    Very much appreciated Heather! And, of course, angel hugs are always welcome.

  5. I love the creative approach and use of a rhyme that many north americans will know to get a message across. Very clever and well acted I might say. I enjoyed the video and your message. A very nice symbolic way to draw people in to reflect on what we have and what we can give back to others who are less fortunate.

  6. Sean D. Krausert, EditorSeptember 24, 2011 at 11:01 AM

    Thanks for your comment, Liz.

    It is certainly my hope that people will share this piece with others so that what you describe can be accomplished.

  7. I'll pass it on to my Friends list.
    I remember 'borrowing' the idea from you some time ago. Again thanks.

  8. Sean D. Krausert, EditorSeptember 24, 2011 at 6:59 PM

    Thanks . . . and you're welcome!

  9. Oui, oui, oui,
    Well done,
    Peter Poole

  10. Merci, merci, merci! Good to hear from you, Peter.