“It is enough to stop briefly in a village, a town, or simply in a field–a group of children will instantly materialize. All of them indescribably tattered . . .
Hunger for these children is something permanent, a way of life, second nature. And yet they do not ask for bread or fruit, or even money. They ask for a pencil. . .
They would all like to go to school, they would like to learn.