There is something wrong with me- something genuinely, inherently, fundamentally wrong with the way my mind works in comparison to the rest of the inhabitants of the world. I should have been astonished and blessed by the 60 Minutes report about the Sagrada Familia, the famous Roman Catholic basilica in Spain that has been under construction for 133 years and is still not complete. I should have been impressed by the creative genius of the architect, Gaudi. I should have applauded the motivation and determination of those who have dedicated their lives to completing the project. But while I felt those emotions for a few fleeting moments, my overwhelming thought was “what a waste of time and money when Catholics all over the world are starving”. Millions of tourists and donors are footing the bill for the completion of the cathedral- it is estimated the total will be just over a billion dollars- and yet they won’t pay for schools, hospitals, churches, and housing in poor regions of their home countries. Call me a fool, or a socialist, but I’ve always said that there is enough money in the world to pay for ANYTHING we need…we just choose to spend it on other things.