When I get money and take it to shop in central London, I see homeless ones I tend to feel a little bad as I wouldn’t like myself to be in that position . And if I was to put my self in their shoes, oh that’d be horrible. I’ve never liked seeing people on the street. It has always been something to go to the poor parts of countries where people need it most like Africa, Haiti, and so fourth.
Most of us have everything we need right under our noses and we just can’t get the fact that we don’t need nothing else. When I see adverts of charity’s that are trying to reach other To people worldwide just to help children or give families clothings or water . I start to think, I was complaining that my iPhone is a little cracked but that family hasn’t got sufficient water . But when the tables are turned I’ve got enough water, enough clothes . I’ve even got a roof over my head. I thought of raising money to help & Making this an actual project.
Now we are in November it’s getting really cold and I think this is when It’s gets harder for the homeless . It’s cold, sometimes the heating could be on in my home and I’m complaining it’s cold and then I’d imagine those who haven’t got a home . How cold is it for them ? From that thought I decided to raise more money so I could start something by going to shops and buying things like sleeping bags gloves scarfs just to help out a little. What would I do I That was Me?
Me & my college was interviewing Papakow Baiden about his book on homelessness and we came across various situations that homeless people are In . the question was do you think all homeless people should be helped ? It’s a bit of a challenging question because some may have become homeless in terms of their own doings. Some may have gotten them selves there by the wrong plan or not having enough money.
My college mentioned some homeless people may be on the road because it’s an easy way out for them . Having the responsibility to be committed to work . Or paying rent is too much . So they may prefer to be on the street where it’s free and they have no stress . I managed to get my question answered whether or not all homeless ones should be helped. One answer being if you are religious for example a Christian, If God can forgive you why can’t you forgive someone else. Regardless of their situation everyone is entitled to the right help.
It’s something to walk past and look down on the homeless but it’s another to think of why they are there and give a little if you can whether its money, food or even a piece of clothing.