And I believe that to a small extent I have to date, if only in that I have seen people have began to question the Morals and ethics of the people who are engrained in this system, and people have began to realize that not everyone who says they are battling for the homeless do not always have the best interest of the homeless at heart.I have since beginning this blog to now posted less and less about my faith as it is just that my faith, something that is personal to me and will not be shaken, only stirred. And forced to rise to greater Heights.
But this blog is not about my faith it is indeed about homelessness and the revelations that one Man has come to in the plus two decades in which He has lived it.
Being homeless for so long and standing outside of the system I have been at A great advantage and been able to learn much about the problems of which homeless people face, The biggest problem we the homeless people face is that everyone else knows what is best for you and refuse to believe, that what they know is often wrong and It is not working and this is only a small part of the true problem as to the why we have over these last 2 decades had very little effect on the homeless problem.
Nobody wants to look at talk about or seek solution to the real problem, that faces us all with a non-solution, we simply put and in layman's terms so that all might understand are rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic.
We have to face the root problem to make any advances in the world of the homeless anything else and all we do and say is just waging the Dog, and allowing the real problem and the real reason why nothing is done to continue. we must take a stand and stop the misallocation of funds by the people who are receiving billions of dollars annually to fix the problem. because that is the root of the problem we don’t need more money to be thrown at it we don’t need more grants and private sector donations we don’t need more non profits, we we need is for the ones we have to be responsible in the allocations, and be good stewards of what has already been given.
There is a Gaelic saying Ni neart go cur le cheile. translated It means “there is no strength without unity” we are weak and ineffectual because we are not unified we all ran in different directions as soon as we Hit the battlefield.