I have never had a home. Always houses but never a home

December 23, 2017

“I have been homeless since three days before Christmas last year. I have never had a home, always houses, never a home. There is a big difference between a house and a home. Last year I spent Christmas in a church and it was the best Christmas I have had in my life. I am in Fairhope now. The people who don’t have it help me, the ones who have it turn away. There is a new face of homeless. It is not the ones with the dirty, baggy clothes. It is the ones who seem more upper class. The ones who have the appearance but don’t have the money to do it. People can turn their heads but things happen to all of us. We all need a little help. I have learned a lot about people and life and it has been a hell of a ride out here. Give from the heart and be humble. There is a God. Don’t forget that. You are not in control.”



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