There are needy people in this world and then there are NEEDY people in this world. I suppose if we were to look at this philosophically, we are all needy in a way. We need to eat. We need to drink (at least water). We need shelter of some kind. We need to sleep. We need God (even though we may not acknowledge his presence). We do not need an expensive new car. We do not need a bigger, newer house. We do not need the newest i-phone. There are hungry and homeless people who need our help in getting back on their feet; people who just a month ago may have been living in a house and had food on their table and now, do not. That is one type of neediness. The other type of NEEDY person has a home, has enough to eat, has a vehicle to drive them to work (yes, they even have a good job) and the store and the restaurants, has enough money to pay their bills and even go on vacation. Their neediness is the emotional kind. It’s human nature that we all want and need attention. It helps us as humans to feel secure and become productive and to feel confident. When you are emotionally needy, your priorities are always changing. The needy individual deals with feelings of insecurity and is uncomfortable in their everyday life. Tone of voice, body language or words give away the needy feelings of people who are looking to be taken care of, both physically and emotionally. There is almost always a drama or a crisis. I realize as a Christian, I am called to help out my fellow brothers & sisters in need. However, taking care of someone's emotional needs can be extremely draining, more so than taking care of the physical ones. I just wish more people would get a clearer understanding of who they are and what makes them unique, which in my humble opinion, would lessen the amount of needy people in this world!