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Tag: Homeless

For Leftist love the poor so much…that they create more of them!!

November 21, 2016 |

I saw this Wall Street Journal article that said, “NYC’s Homeless Spending Surges to $1.6 Billion” and I found myself immediately doing the Charlie Brown “sigh”. The subtitle said, “Mayor Bill de Blasio spends record amount on services as shelter … Read More

Walking in someone else’s shoes

April 27, 2015 |

It’s said that your true character shows when no one is looking. The guy in this story is a “catch”. Oscar Aquino of Tampa, walked out of his store and saw a homeless man sitting on the sidewalk drinking a … Read More

Which one is the friend?

March 5, 2015 |

How much do we miss looking down at our ipad or in our own self-absorption? Here is a “social experiment which reveals perhaps, a somewhat unlikely hero.

A boy is dressed or somewhat UNder-dressed as a homeless child in ripped … Read More

Perspective Changes Everything

February 7, 2015 |

I lived in somewhat, “snooty” North Dallas for years; I would never go back. I’ve learned so much more in a dirty, little country town.

My husband and I moved out here, because our house has a 1,200 square foot … Read More

Kindle Some Kindness

February 2, 2015 |

Not that I can AFFORD television, but even when I could, I didn’t have it. What got me interested in the degree I eventually chose, was doing research with a doctor on neurobiofeedback and A.D.D. Let’s just say television is … Read More

Much more than a lunch: KB

January 27, 2015 |

When I was 16, I worked at a law firm downtown as a summer intern. Every day, I’d go get lunch from this row of vendors – either a gyro, a hot dog, a kebab, or a burrito.

Each one … Read More

Adapt, and make-OVER-come!

December 30, 2014 |

We don’t have television, but if we did, I would rot my brain on the “Discovery” channel watching alligator and feral hog shows, “Deadliest Catch”, “Dirtiest Jobs” and crime shows.

There is ONE “girly” show I like and that is … Read More

Grateful for “company”

November 25, 2014 |

One of my favorite movies is Planes, Trains and Automobiles. We try to watch it around Thanksgiving, because the movie revolves around Steve Martin desperately trying to get home to Thanksgiving dinner with his family; John Candy in tow.

I’m … Read More

Touched by a burger?

November 19, 2014 |

Sooooo, as we rush headlong into the holidays, let’s stop and take a “look-see”. I’ll be honest, I love what the holidays mean, but I really abhor the frenetic pace that comes with them.

I love getting with family; always. … Read More

Hunt to Belong

November 12, 2014 |

There is a G-d given longing implanted in us humans; that, to be a part of a group; hence gangs when teens are lacking that “something” in their lives.

Brothers are so special; I’m travelling with mine at the moment. … Read More

Empower plant.

October 21, 2014 |

I really believe people can tackle far more than they think they can.~Veronika Scott

Veronika Scott has been there. She is the child of two addicts, and likened her start in life to “starting out in a hole” that she … Read More

No Shirt, AND Service?

July 5, 2014 |

I have the sweetest little mama on the planet; and when I say “little” I mean, little. Car-seat sensors actually classify her body-weight as that of a child, thus inactivating the air bag. Years ago, my brother (we have a … Read More

Does Appearance Matter?

May 12, 2014 |

This is one of the most powerful and sobering videos I have ever seen.  It is a social experiment which took place in France where a collapsed man dressed as “homeless” was walked right by as he lay on the … Read More

A Place to Lay His Head

May 11, 2014 |

This is a follow-up to the story that was posted yesterday about the homeless man who upon discovering he had a “winning” lottery ticket, immediately wanted to share his winnings with the man who gave it to him.

Well, that … Read More

The Softest Pillow; a Clean Conscience

May 9, 2014 |

What would you do if you found a backpack full of money; a lot of money?

Glen James of Boston had that exact experience.  In fact, the black backpack he stumbled upon had over $40,000 in cash and traveler’s checks and a passport.  … Read More