Reflections on BEAP

Rather than look at people as having hierarchies of needs (with some more important or pressing than others), BEAP acknowledges that lives, livelihoods and quality of life are equally important. A life simply devoid of problems does not necessarily spell a good life. And a life with problems… even persistent ones… does not necessarily spell an awful life. A life that includes and strives for compassion, friendship, love, concern, dignity, persistence and hope… that ain’t bad!


From a Student

From a Homeowner

From a Business Owner