I'd suggest you guy check this out and give me your perspective. How would you react? It's amazing how some people can say something but when shown the proof, it shows that they didn't even blink an eye
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FK... made me cry... the tears of a MAN!
I cried too man, got the best of me!
Doesnt change my perspective. They dont want to work anymore, or never have, thats their choice. I wouldnt notice them just as much as I wouldnt notice anybody else walking on the street. Besides that, half of them werd at odd angles. So unless they actually started staring at everybody they walk by, they still might not notice them. Im sorry but I cant stand people that give up. A medical condition is different, but laziness gets you nowhere.
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I respect your perspective but at the same time, I think it's very difficult for people who are homeless to get back on their feet. Getting change on a daily basis should help but that doesn't give them enough to survive as a human being in this country. They still need the basic necessities for a job application. Some places require you to look presentable. You need food, shelter, clean hygiene and a resume for some to even notice you. I think its very difficult. There are those who deserve where they are now but there are soldiers, people scammed and suffered from scandals and many other scenarios that lead them to being homeless
It really is sad that most of us don't even think twice about their suffering until you're in their shoes. I try my best to help one when I see one if I have enough money. Of course I don't go and say "Here's $10.00!" I go and buy them some food and give it to them. At my work when I first started, there was a homeless man who would use our bathroom. I didn't feel disgusted when I saw him. I felt bad I couldn't do anything else except offer him a clean bathroom. One night it was pouring rain and I saw him laying as close as he could to the side of the building trying not to get wet. He had no pillow, and a child blanket. I felt disgusted with myself that I have back problems and I'm always complaining but this man not once has complained to me. I drove home, got my favorite pink blanket, drove back and I gave it to him along with a pillow. He was crying so hard when he opened his eyes to see what I had done for him. I cried too and I gave him a hug. I bought him some food that was next door and I told him if he ever needed anything I would help him the best I could. Unfortunately the man passed away a few weeks after that due to health conditions. I still let homeless come inside to use the bathroom and I stand up for them when customers are rude.
I respect that a lot. Living in a state that has a lot of homeless people, its disappointing that our country hasn't worked to help these people, and there are some who are homeless who reject this kind of help so they don't feel belittled. I just think a lot of people fail to realize that our homeless are also humans. Its just sad.
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