From BlogThis this week:
"The Dinner Party
Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to plan a fabulous dinner party. You've been given a healthy budget, so don't scrimp!
Guest list - 8 people, dead or alive, real or ficticious.
The menu - will this be your very own masterchef moment, or is outsourcing more your style?
Is there a theme? What will be the entertainment for the evening? What will you wear? What will you talk about? Don't forget the wine!
Have fun planning, be as creative as you like. If you're creative, maybe even design the invitation. Make this an event not to be missed!"
I have been thinking about this for the past few days. I keep coming back to the same thing and well, due to lack of time and energy I am going with this idea. I am using some Poetic licensing and stating that the term 'people' is of the collective for my dinner party.
My guests would be the following:
1. the 'people' of Australia who are living in poverty
2. the 'people' of Africa who are living in poverty
3. the 'people' of Europe who are living in poverty
4.the 'people' of North America who are living in poverty
5.the 'people' of Asia who are living in poverty
6. the 'people' of South America who are living in poverty
7. the 'people' of the Middle East who are living in poverty
8.the 'people' of the Pacific nations who are living in poverty
I would offer hope, followed by inclusion, social justice, peace, love, education, understanding and opportunity