Helping Homeless People Die Indoors

There is one certainty in life – we are all going to die. How and where we die are the only issues. Will we die quickly or have a lingering death? We don’t know. However, most of us housed people are pretty sure we will die indoors…

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Homelessness: “Not in my Backyard”

When we become educated, we understand that we do not need to fear people simply because they have no homes and/or they have mental impairments. Once we understand people and the reasons for their current situation better, we become sympathetic to their plight. Our compassion motivates us to help them.

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Thank You For Helping Susan Hunt

On Saturday, August 25th, in San Diego, California, Susan Hunt, a 61 year old woman, was struck by a car driven by a 69 year old man. In the collision, Susan hit her head and suffered severe brain trauma. She was on life-support at Scripps Hospital until…

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