More Praise for a “Food Disciple” 

One thing you left out about Sean O’Hern is that he is the nicest, smartest and all-around good guy you will ever meet. I met Sean years ago participating in Food Not Bombs. I was always amazed at how knowledgeable he was about everything, especially since I was 10 years older than him, and that he worked tirelessly for the poor and those down on their luck while still making a living. Despite knowing about so much evil in this world he still was always the nicest guy to be around. And every time I took a vacation from the work and came back he would always still be there. It would be nice to think of him as one of our future leaders but I would not want to see him subjected to what it would take to win against the status quo. Thanks for featuring someone like him in your weekly.

Scott Goode
Henrico

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