In our daily lives, how often do we pass someone who is deemed less than by society, one who walks the streets, sleeps in the bushes and begs for humanity to help in their time of need? We call the homeless, yet they are like you and me, human. Do we know their stories? Do we take the time to acknowledge and connect with them and show them a tiny amount of kindness? No, we pass them by, busy rushing to the next thing we have to get to, pretending they aren’t there, instead of pausing, taking a moment, and offering a smile.
This is the community we call the Homeless. They are not selfish. They share food, blankets, cigarettes, and hope for a better tomorrow. They have their own forum as they discuss faith, family, psychology, and much more. The Homeless: A Living Gallery of Hope offers a glimpse into the reality of these kind yet often forgotten peoples’ lives. I invite you to look beyond the ‑ lth into the eyes of the individuals and read their stories with an open heart because we can relate to The Homeless far more than we ever imagined.
**Full Color Photos of those who shaere their stories**
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