Meaningful Monday’s ~ Homelessness

A big concern in our modern-day world is the amount of people now homeless, and sleeping rough on our streets. This is also emphasised even more as we see the Mass Displacement of people who are being driven from their homelands because of war, or persecution of their religion. Who are then herded together like animals in disgraceful camps and forgotten about once the news headlines die down. 

Today on my Meaningful Monday post, I want to bring the plight of Homelessness a little closer to home.

In my own home town here in England, the numbers of people sleeping rough have risen considerably. For those of you who are not familiar with a blog called Gallybloggers  This is a site set up by  Dewin Nefol  where you can also see his beautiful digital art creations.

I hope you will go and read more poems written by those homeless souls, which are submitted and presented by Dewin on the blog he created at Gallybloggers especially to bring awareness to their plight in sharing their poems and thoughts.  Dewin, whose home town is in Wales, reaches out to support these individuals, bringing awareness of those who are  in need. These are also proud and independent, intelligent people, whose lives have become  a product of circumstance.

I want you, just for a moment to think, what kind of stories have driven a person to live on the streets, to weather the storms, not only of wind, rain, bitter cold and snow. But the storms we who pass them by vent upon them. In our verbal abuse,violence, or by our lack of compassion, and our ignorance, as we pass them by trying to ignore their existence.. 

The World is filling up more and more with Homelessness, and for many that may mean just one pay-packet away from eviction of your own nice dwellings. There for the Grace of our Circumstances we all could walk in the shoes of Sole Man, a homeless person whose poetry hits a nerve in his poem DeadBeat   

Have you ever stopped to consider the back story of these homeless people, and why they found themselves upon the streets?. Have you ever thought, that they may have been once an educated teacher, in business,  or a talented musician, an artist, a soldier, or  an abused youngster, and why they now live as they do.

I hope as you walk about your own towns and cities, and you come across a homeless person living rough on the streets, you do not walk on by.

But you Stop! and consider his back story and circumstance..

And instead of walking on by, you reach out a helping hand

and SEE the person in front of you. 

PS.. This video has a Tissue warning .

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  1. David
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 08:18:10

    If only! Love, David

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  2. derrickjknight
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 09:26:38

    A subject well worth our attention, Sue.

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  3. Mabel Kwong
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 09:50:41

    A heavy topic but homelessness is rife and real. You bring up a very valid point in that someone homeless might have lived a very different life some time ago. Sometimes they might have had a stroke of bad luck and ended up on the streets. Or maybe they made a few poor choices in life and are where they are today, or maybe even still making poor choices today.

    Here in Melbourne there are a lot of those who are homeless, at least here in the city area. Walk down the main street and you can rarely go a block without seeing a couple of them sitting on the ground looking like they have seen a better day. I do think many of them mean well. One time I was withdrawing some cash out of an ATM machine in the city. As I turned to go, I dropped a guitar pick on the ground. I didn’t notice, but the homeless man beside the ATM did. He called out to me saying I dropped something, and I went and got my pick. To be honest I wouldn’t have cared less if I never saw that pick again. But I was really touched by his kindness. After saying thanks, I turned and started walking to where I had to be…but then something in me made me turn around and drop a coin into his hat. He looked very surprised – and I hope he eventually found his way. All those who are homeless, I really do hope they find their way at some point 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 30, 2017 @ 18:09:22

      Thank you Mabel for sharing that story.. How thoughtful of the man to bring your attention to what you had dropped.. And to your own response in giving back..
      I so thank you Mabel for sharing, and reading.. and yes, I hope they find their way too.. ❤

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  4. DailyMusings
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 10:17:16

    When I worked in NYC years ago I would pass so many homeless people on the streets as I walked to work, Some I started bringing sandwiches for, and would give them out as I passed them everyday. I do remember one young man with a dog who had fallen on hard times I found out after stopping to talk tot him. Such a sad situation.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 30, 2017 @ 18:03:29

      Thank you for sharing that, 🙂 and for taking the time to comment.. And for having time and compassion to engage with the homeless.. And likewise I have often bought soft drinks sandwiches and dogfood for their pets.. Its not much, but we have to stop walking on by..
      Many thanks for your own compassion and for sharing that story.. 🙂 Hugs.

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  5. New Bloggy Cat
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 10:33:23

    Thanks for sharing thought provoking post, Sue! And the video is very touching. Two weeks ago, I posted about the homeless man in my neighbourhood. Here’s the link: https://wp.me/p2TELX-66S

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  6. New Bloggy Cat
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 10:43:38

    Happy Monday, Sue !( ˊᵕˋ )♡.°

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  7. Ben Naga
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 11:25:09

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  8. Mark Lanesbury
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 11:25:41

    Yes, our numbers are increasing too Sue. And all the politicians can do is push them away because some event is coming into the city and they don’t want to look like they aren’t doing anything about the problem 😦

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  9. thinkinkadia
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 11:41:31

    Thanks for mentioning the blog. Very nice way of integrating the homeless into art and expression.
    Beautiful post.

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  10. Prajakta
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 11:54:54

    It’s really important to take note! Thanks for sharing this, Sue 🙂

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  11. Soul Gifts
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 12:40:17

    The situation here is just as dire, Sue. There are a few of us here who put together food parcels that get delivered to shelters, or given out to those sleeping rough. The numbers have increased markedly and our winter has been so cold and wet this year. The video is poignant, heartwarming and very real. So many sad human stories.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 30, 2017 @ 17:27:15

      Yes again dear Raili it is the division.. To all who see Australia it is portrayed as rich, diverse, with great job prospects.. But one forgets how the Aboriginals were and are treated, and like the USA also. how the Native American Indians,have fallen fowl to addictions..
      Yes, so many Sad stories.. xxx Many thanks Raili for reading and watching..

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      • Soul Gifts
        Oct 30, 2017 @ 22:57:08

        You know what Sue, Australia is not such a land of great prospects anymore. Our politicians seem to have been very successful in making it that way. It’s not just the indigenous who struggle now. Astronomical energy bills force families to choose either food or warmth/cool in weather extremes. SA, where I live, has the highest priced electricity in the WORLD! There are whole generations of unemployed. Pockets of the haves and have nots are the new great divide. In the meantime, the pollies keep lining their pockets with purks and sprouting rhetoric about how wonderful their policies are. People are getting very disillusioned. Despite all thta, I do believe that we are heading to better times, even though on the surface it may not seem so. Thank you, Sue, for bringing the plight of the homeless to attention. They deserve the same rights as everyone else – the basics of shelter, food, warmth…. xxx

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Oct 31, 2017 @ 11:21:41

          You and others from Australia have opened my eyes Raili .. ‘We’ here in the UK are for the most part being shown a different world about Australia. So ‘our’ perception is indeed coloured by what information is being shared.. But I do know personally from people moving out there, like you say it is a land far from rosy.
          I did not know that about the Highest Energy levels, You know, you would think a land mostly classed as one in the Sun.. Renewable Energy would be top of the list in Solar Panels.. here now you can go past many homes on our streets and see solar panels on roofs.. I hear the prices are slowly coming down.. We looked into it and it was just too expensive to install and then you do not get all the benefits.. and the panels still belong to the Energy companies.
          Many thanks again Raili for your indepth reply, and I also thank you and your community in what you are doing in collecting food parcels etc..
          Love and Hugs xx

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  12. vanbytheriver
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 13:21:16

    Many years ago, I would have dreams about becoming homeless. It could happen to any of us under certain circumstances. Everyone out there has a story. Much like the video, you wonder if there is rescue or redemption possible ? I have a good friend who has lost 2 members of her family to homelessness, alcoholism. There have been attempts to reconcile, they never worked out for either. Heartbreaking. And I cried at this one as soon as the family popped onto that screen. Thanks for this one, Sue.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 30, 2017 @ 17:21:36

      Yes, these stories are not uncommon, and in a blink of an eye.. We never know what can happen to alter our circumstances.

      I know when I supported a person with mental health issues, Integrating her back into the community after years in a mental institution.. Her brother was homeless, and would visit.. We managed to get him help and after lots of tries, over two years, some failed.. He is now living in his own flat.. Has been T total since getting his flat.. and the last I heard he is still doing well..
      Its hard when addition becomes the ruler, and I feel for your friend.. xxx ❤
      Thank you for sharing Van..

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  13. Superduque777
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 13:24:30

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  14. Superduque777
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 13:26:10

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  15. Superduque777
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 13:31:14

    Heal the world, heal the people, heal your heart…
    Kisses my loved friend Sue.

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  16. DG MARYOGA
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 14:15:32

    Oh gosh,I left my Like ,but I don’t like it because it makes me cry …
    Tough,very tough and moving at the same time,dearest Sue ❤ xxx

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  17. nonsmokingladybug
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 14:52:30

    We, as a society, have failed them. Homeless people show us our problems, but we refuse to look.

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  18. Writing to Freedom
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 14:53:12

    Thanks for your compassion Sue and Dewin. I want to be more compassionate and learn their backstory too. And we definitely need new systems (economics) that provide for all, instead of the cruel system (and people) creating these divisions.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 30, 2017 @ 16:30:29

      Exactly that Brad.. it is our society which creates such divisions and affects our attitudes and perceptions.. Little knowing the traumas such individuals may have endured prior to being homeless, and what perhaps drove them to their addictions whether that be alcoholism or drug abuse, The system it seems, just wants to sweep them under the carpet and forget about them.
      Our own local paper, highlighted homelessness.. As our local government stopped an open soup kitchen, saying it was a health and safety hazard. That some had set up on the market stalls in the evenings to help the homeless.. They said there was not a homeless problem in our town.. Yet I personally counted 3 tents set up on a ring-road in shrubs.. , and saw 4 people sleeping rough.. Its got to change..

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  19. JoAnn Chateau
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 15:03:50

    Very moving post and video, Sue.

    No one should be homeless and unprotected. Regardless if they are so because of mental illness or hard luck. Regardless if they were once successful or just getting by. The growing numbers of homelessness is caused by growing inequality. This is a systemic problem.

    To all the people who are frightening by tough economic times: Stop yourself from knee-jerk judgement, stop scapegoating the poor. Think about what is really happening, and why some are becoming obscenely rich while others are barely subsisting on crumbs. Yes, feed the poor AND fight it politically.

    When people disappear from the middle class, where do you think they go? Anyone could be next, maybe you — and the safety net is filled with holes.

    (Dear Sue, my little message is not for your enlightened readers, more for someone on the edge of knowing. And, I just had to say it.)

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 30, 2017 @ 16:23:29

      Thank you for that JoAnn.. i fully understand that..
      We here at WP often reach out to those already awake, and fully aware.. But we do hope we at times may cause a spark to ignite within another to take up the passion your own blog generates my friend..

      And to all here who may read, JoAnn’s Blog brings many topics that should concern us all..

      Love and special Hugs JoAnn and thank you for adding your thoughts they are most welcome. xx ❤

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  20. The Bardo Group Beguines
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 15:10:19

    Sue, well done and well considered. The theme of the November issue of “The BeZine” is HUNGER, POVERTY AND THE WORKING CLASS AS SLAVE LABOR. This would fit nicely. Would you be willing to allow us to include this piece. If so, I would need you to email the link to me at bardogroup@gmail.com and include a brief bio. Thanks!

    Warmly,
    Jamie Dedes
    Managing Editor

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  21. AmyRose🌹
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 15:40:56

    Sue, forgive me. I’m not able to watch this video at this time in my life. I’ve just begun to climb out of the deepest darkest hole known to me so I must focus on happy. 😚

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  22. Michael33
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 15:53:38

    Beautiful post Sue. Thank you for thinking of those less fortunate and sharing your thoughts and hope with us. If I may… I would like to share a link to one of my recent posts to share with your readers as well..

    https://visionofpoets.wordpress.com/2017/10/15/hidden-wings/

    Thank you so very much for sharing your light with us. Hope your day is as bright as the light you shine from within.

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  23. thespiritkeeper
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 17:30:09

    Yes the plight of the homelessness is on the rise. I live in a small town and I can’t believe the people that are homeless living in tents and trying to find a place to camp but are moved by the police not to camp everywhere. Unfortunately the thefts are also on the rise as they have to have money to eat and that becomes a social problem with the lack of having systems in place to accommodate the homeless with programs to see them through to the other side of employment for them. They only have a quick fix and then find themselves on the street again.
    Displacement through an act of war is deplorable. These people have suffered enough and are put into camps waiting for a place to go and some people have been in these camps for over 2 years.
    All this homelessness is a symptom of an ill society for lack of providing with money from war that could be used in social programs. So sad

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 30, 2017 @ 17:59:14

      Yes I watched a documentary the other evening concerning the plight of Syrian refugees.. the conditions were dreadful and the children too so vulnerable disappearing. I often question our Humanity Joseph..
      Society, and our systems are failing so many people.. They find themselves in a loop of poverty, no job, then they get evicted, and they often fall through the system that does not want to address the problem..
      Here Housing is a great problem, and while I fully understand why Europeans are migrating here, to find work and have a better standard of living, Houses are in short supply.. We had an “Estimated long-term net migration to the UK was at a near-record level of 335,000. in 2016 This was just below the previous peak of 336,000 in the previous year…. Something has to give.. When no homes are being built.. Many who travel from the EU looking for work in the beginning live in cars, and tents. This is a whole new set of circumstances which is adding a strain..
      And I so agree, So much waste in resources .. It often makes me boil to see hundreds of thousands of pounds being given for Statues and superficial trimmings, when people are starving and needing food banks to survive.. It sounds like this is on the increase in every country.. reading all the comments..
      Many thanks Joseph.. 🙂

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      • thespiritkeeper
        Oct 30, 2017 @ 18:20:25

        I agree with what you say. The problem is getting worse than better and the frivolity of spending by the government is atrocious. I saw an article on how much CEO’s get paid from supposed charity organizations. That is atrocious as well. One religion in particular doesn’t even know how much money they lose and make in the trillions of dollars they have which could be spent helping the poor like the scriptures tell them. No offence to anyone just an opinion. Such corruptions and hypocrisy in the world nowadays that makes you head shake when you really thing about it.

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Oct 30, 2017 @ 18:44:14

          Yes, often the heads of charities and their organisations have been proven to live lavish life styles, its no secret, as exposure in the news papers in the past have revealed..
          And while art, should be recognised, and I have not a problem with it being costly.. My problems is when they shut down libraries, and swimming baths for the communities saying it is because of Austerity measures, While they pay themselves higher wages, and go on twinning city trips abroad, and pay stupid amounts for monuments.. So yes, these are my head shaking moments too Joseph..

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  24. robbiesinspiration
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 18:05:07

    I noticed an increase in homeless people while I was in the UK in August, Sue. We also saw street people while we were in New Zealand last year. South Africa, of course, is beset with homeless and desperate people and it has become awful just going out in your car as there are so many gathered at every traffic light. It makes you feel as if you can’t make and difference at all.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 30, 2017 @ 18:53:58

      Thank you Robbie, and yes, so many in every part of the world.. Interesting how you noticed while travelling and how it had increased here in the UK.. And I can imagine in your homeland how you wouldn’t know who to help first.. Sigh… and another Sigh…. xxxx ❤

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  25. balroop2013
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 18:48:53

    Homelessness is the curse of modern times Sue, with individualistic interests, busy life, eroding values and look away culture…humanity seems to have come its full circle. The cry of Victorian era…’back to nature’ seems more relevant now.

    While a single person can only show concern or help in a little way, NGOs and rich philanthropists could contribute in a more significant manner. At the same time educational institutions have to make their curriculum value-based in the real sense to raise more sensitive individuals who think of society and feel responsible for wiping out the sore marks that have been mushrooming around us.

    Thank you dear friend for highlighting this issue of grave concern and attention. Keep inspiring dear friend. Love and hugs.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 30, 2017 @ 19:02:29

      What a brilliant reply Balroop.. And so agree with you about education… We have lost our human values.. Putting PROFIT before PEOPLE, has become the norm.. And people are being desensitized to so many things, As violence is also promoted as the norm..
      Many thanks Balroop for your excellent contributions here my friend, I always value them.. 🙂

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  26. smilecalm
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 19:14:36

    thank you for speaking
    for the voiceless, Sue!
    over the weekend i helped
    our spiritual volunteers
    make sandwiches & pass them
    out to our local homeless.
    wishing you a happy
    indictment day 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 31, 2017 @ 12:53:24

      Wonderful that you did that David, and why am I not surprised you would do such a thing.. 🙂 and I admire you my friend.. for ACTIONS speak far louder than my WORDS…
      🙏 Thank you 🙂

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  27. Lynz Real Cooking
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 20:21:54

    Such an important topic Sue. Such a sad situation.What a video!!! Thanks for sharing

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  28. Erika Kind
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 20:39:10

    We never know why a homeless has become homeless. For example, Neale Donald Walsch’s story shows how quickly it can happen. Accident, ill, losing job, no income… homeless! It happened to them as it could happen to everyone. We don’t
    The video is very beautiful and heartwarming, Sue!
    This is such an important topic to make people aware that homeless people don’t only suffer from their story but also from the way they are treated. Thank you for sharing this, Sue 💖

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 31, 2017 @ 12:47:02

      I wish in a way Erika I did not have to share it, but we must be aware, and as it is so meaningful to me I came across the video and it was natural to put Dewin and his gallant Gallyblogger for people to connect with.
      And yes I had thought of NDW too when writing this.. He had to experience the depths before he could reach the heights so to speak..
      Which we often find in those whose journey takes them through an awakening.. It often takes a trauma to teach and reach the heart..
      I wonder though what it will take Mankind, before he wakes up to himself and to what we are doing to each other and our planet.. xxx ❤ Sad.. And thank you so much Erika.. xx

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      • Erika Kind
        Oct 31, 2017 @ 19:21:44

        Yes, it is true! The greatest teacher and most loving and compassionate people are those who experienced the lowest point or who were close to death. Sometimes we need to experience losing everything in order to realize what we have. And in the simplicity of having “nothing” we discover the secrets of life. Those who experience it now should be honored for what they are teaching us. and supported in the best way instead of humiliated and treated like second class… sad indeed! Thank you very much for sharing this. 💖

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  29. The Coastal Crone
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 21:33:52

    We have the homeless here too. Each one has a story.

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  30. Dewin Nefol
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 22:17:23

    Namaste Sue, how are you? 🙂

    We arrived as quickly as we could Sue, flying fast and low from our virtual field here in Wales. I say we, but it is just I: the scarecrows were scarce as I circumnavigated the City this afternoon in hopes of blagging a blog, or begging a poem, whichever it is 🙂

    First of all on behalf of Gallybloggers may I say thank you for featuring our work on ‘Meaningful Monday’s’ and introducing us with generous regards, enthusiasm and energy and of course with your boundless Love and generosity shining through every word. Thank you 🙂

    The work we present on Gallybloggers does challenge the stereotypical view of both Homelessness and the Homeless: the poetry is edgy, punchy and impacting, and deliberates over a plethora of issues both personal and political in poetic form. We believe our platform offers a very real hard-hitting perspective on life at street level in both Wales and the UK. The Blog has a growing following and a readership across the world: from Australia to Ontario, from the United Arab Emirates to the Philippines, Gallybloggers have their work being read and appreciated far and wide. Homelessness is a global phenomenon, one that is growing at an accelerated rate. Here in the UK, Homeless figures published in January 2017 suggested a 16% rise in Homelessness year on year. It is perturbing. There are thousands who suffer in the UK, approximately 8,000 every year in the UK capital city of London alone…including those living around the power centres of policy making itself. It is an utter disgrace. In addition to those Homeless in economically rich countries, unknown thousands more suffer daily having been displaced by war or persecution of some description elsewhere. War is an outrage against humanity, the product of which is the displacement of thousands of people creating yet another outrage against humanity. It is also a disgrace.

    The Homeless who write for the Gallybloggers are comprised of a dedicated small group of people who are friends themselves and have allowed me to share something of their world with them. I am not Homeless but have led a very transient life and associate very readily with this community. I am now trusted having made my face known for about 6 months or so, and enjoy time with all who I meet. I have said before they are all wonderful ‘characters’ and I find delight and warmth in all of them. Some do have dubious back-grounds and past stories of bad-lives, but either they have served time or have genuinely come to understand the consequences of poor choices once made and now find understanding of life more easily digested through living remotely. I relate readily to them all and judge no-one and nor am I judged by them. I admire their honesty: in life they have nothing, in Love they have nothing, and in their faces they have nothing to hide behind either. To look in their eyes and hold their gaze is to feel the person they are, is to ‘know’ the very heart of them. Their life is stripped of all aesthetic to leave only the bare, raw essential person behind in grubby clothes: it is odd to consider that few of us ever truly know that dimension of ourselves: indeed it is something few of us achieve when we are born into constructs that place one layer after another around us until we disappear from ourselves within it. The Homeless that I have met reveal themselves in the most honest way possible: they express from the heart without impulse for the mind to interfere: their thoughts are direct and weighted with brevity. I admire the absolute simplicity in their truthfulness.

    I’ve spent some time reading the wonderful comments that you have received here Sue from people all over the world concerned and caring about the Homeless issue present in their towns and cities. A global phenomenon suggests that World politics isn’t working as a coherent fair system of governance: that spinning the World on an axis of fool’s gold and illusion does not meet the world’s needs nor does it meet the expectations of the world’s people either. Governance of the world’s people through the control of money by ‘shadow governments – Bankers, Cabals, Petroleum Companies etc – is killing people and destroying their lives, their communities and indeed even the Earth herself. It is time the people woke up and regained control. Non-violent Social Reforms are long, long overdue: the world’s people must stand up against oppression and suppression and shout for what they believe to be outrage and capitalistic tyranny, which is ultimately inflicted by a very small percentage of the world’s population. There is no democracy when it is diminished by elitism and brutal policies, political self-interest and personal wealth acquisition by those serving the public, and those managing the puppet governments we see on our T.V’s. Politics has to change at the most fundamental level and be driven by people-centred policies that work from street-level upwards and not selfish capitalist interest downwards. Governance of the Law and World Banking systems also need to be severely moderated and controlled through legislation if change and betterment are to happen globally. Until these agencies relinquish powers and return the state of the world to one united and benefiting from equality, fairness and liberal freedoms, the World will never experience fraternity.

    The video is very moving indeed Sue, it really is. I had tears, and I imagine many others did as well 🙂 It is a beautiful expression of Love and the power that Love has to restore what is broken, heal what is hurt, and transcend all other barriers so that unity can occur. Thank you for including the video with your Blog, they were the perfect marriage, almost symbiotic 🙂

    Gallybloggers have suggested on their site before about improving opportunity for the Homeless and the Homeless who claim Social Security in the UK, to communicate with family and participate in the ‘real world’ more readily by being given free mobile phones for the duration of the time they receive Welfare payments. The cost is minimal if anything at all but the benefits to this community would be huge! At the press of a button they would have someone somewhere to talk with and share some company. It is such a small thing to ask for when one considers the billions being made by Telecomms companies but the rewards would be priceless and immeasurable. It is an idea Gallybloggers believe would help alleviate a lot of personal suffering by removing a sense of alienation and barriers to communicating with mainstream life.

    Homelessness must be resolved very quickly by the World’s governments before it becomes an issue spiralling out of control. Governments have a duty of care that must be extended to all citizens equally and Human Rights Lawyers must now start lobbying for immediate action to be taken globally to set effective and robust processes in motion to ensure immediate improvements and long-term resolution. Transparency is then required so that the world’s people can be made aware of what consideration and action is being undertaken. The UK Government cannot continue to create socio-economic conditions that cause suffering, promote despair, isolation, and lead people to contemplate Homelessness or suicide as the final choice to be made. Social Reforms globally cannot come soon enough.

    Thank you so much for allowing us a little room to breathe here in your comments section in response to a very kind thoughtful and considerate Blog-post. You are the Gallybloggers favourite passer-by and kindred spirit Sue, but don’t let anyone else know that, it’s our secret, okay? 😉

    Hoping all is well and your week off to a flier! 🙂 Take care of one and all in your charge.

    God Bless. Namaste ❤

    DN and Raven's 12

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 31, 2017 @ 11:11:14

      Dewin my friend, thank you for that most wonderful response.. It is deserving of more attention than it perhaps may get here in my comments section. With your permission, may I publish it n full, or in part, if there are any sections you would wish to omit. You could let me know via my WordPress email to be found in your own main comment section page under my responses on your blog. More people need to read what you have put.
      Many thanks again Dewin, and it was a pleasure bringing more attention to Gallybloggers 🙂
      Blessings Sue

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  31. insearchofitall
    Oct 30, 2017 @ 23:17:32

    You have touched quite the nerve here, Sue. I could add so much to this conversation and almost did but think much has already been said. I’m ready for a solution.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 31, 2017 @ 11:25:01

      Yes, I am so with you on the solution, we can all talk until we are blue in the face, but it is not making any differences to these peoples experiences is it..
      So I so understand that Marlene..
      And I doubt our governments will take action, until they are confronted with Man kinds own revolution as each individual wakes up to the system.. ❤ Many thanks Marlene.. xxx ❤

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      • insearchofitall
        Oct 31, 2017 @ 13:26:05

        Everything that gets fixed, gets done at the grass roots level. My daughter’s company gets involved in the coat and clothing distribution to the homeless every year. I make quilts for the women’s shelter along with many other women in my group. Education is a huge factor that leaves so many homeless and I think what we are eating and drinking leads to unhealthy lifestyles that take the drive out of us to be successful. Mental illness untreated along with so many other horrors leave us with the reminder that what we are doing isn’t working. We can each do a little to help and maybe one day it will change. I just need to be responsible for my own actions and thoughts in the world. I’m like you, I want to see a happier world.

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Oct 31, 2017 @ 13:38:49

          I agree Marlene, we want to see a happier world, yet in truth all we can do is be responsible for our own actions as you say and reach out and set examples with our actions.. Many thanks for the things you do and what you GIVE to your community with friends xx ❤

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          • Dewin Nefol
            Nov 02, 2017 @ 17:37:30

            Hey Marlene (Hey Sue) Namaste 🙂

            Thank you so much for the hard work and generous effort you and the ‘team’ invest in helping to support those who may not be able to help themselves. Your kindness will always be gratefully received. Thank you 🙂

            Gallyblogers applauds the contribution your daughter’s company are making with donations for the Homeless. These types of initiatives are priceless in supporting those already Homeless: clothing particularly and coats especially are absolutely fundamental items at this time of the year when cold, damp, ice, frost and snow chill temperatures overnight creating very inhospitable conditions when sleeping rough. Many UK companies adopt a similar approach at this time of the year in build up to the festive season. We wonder if campaigns such as this work better when individual employers act separately or if such initiatives would benefit from a co-ordinated response across the nation. Gallybloggers have also suggested that greater benefits might result if National Charities also acted as consortiums enabling greater buying power, better regulation, improved ability for lobbying and marketing, and better negotiation options for services and facilities, and delivery of both.

            Thank you again for all you do in support of the Homeless.

            God Bless. Namaste 🙂

            DN

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  32. litebeing
    Oct 31, 2017 @ 00:04:07

    My heart goes out to the homeless and I am thankful everyday that I have shelter and food. Many of us are not far away from such a fate. Thanks to Dewin for his efforts and delightful blogging project. Sue, I am wondering if you will participate in my blogging challenge. I know you are stepping back, but this is my annual attempt to gather the WP tribe together.

    love to you, Linda ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Oct 31, 2017 @ 11:32:06

      Hi Linda, yes Dewin is helping at grass roots to those he speaks to, when he greets them.. Helping them at least to feel they are listened to. And gaining their trust to share their thoughts is a wonderful achievement..
      I will hop on over Linda, as soon as I complete answering my comments list..
      I can not promise anything at the moment.. LOL but not knowing what it is, will not say NO 🙂 until I know what you are asking haha..
      I have had an invite in the bag ages, well months.. to contribute to The Recipe Hunters Blog, and only this weekend began it.. And still it is not finished… As I am prioritising Me Time.. 🙂 I am sure that sounds familiar.. 🤣
      Many thanks Linda for your comment, I so appreciate our friendships..
      Speak soon.. ❤ xxx Hugs

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  33. Val Boyko
    Oct 31, 2017 @ 02:48:29

    Well said Sue. Such a meaningful post for today… and every other day. 💕🙏

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  34. prenin
    Oct 31, 2017 @ 07:51:53

    Universal Credit is coming in December – it is already being rolled out – and my neighbours have nothing to fall back on, so unless we see a miracle and the Tories suddenly develop a conscience I’m going to end up with new neighbours… 😥 ❤

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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  35. -Eugenia
    Oct 31, 2017 @ 13:51:59

    Homelessness is a sad situation, Sue, and people are so quick to judge without knowing the circumstances. Too many souls are displaced by war, poverty and even extreme weather. Thank you for your meaningful post, Sue.

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  36. InfiniteZip
    Oct 31, 2017 @ 14:56:19

    a great topic to bring to the forefront of our thoughts Sue, I never experienced it much back in NY where I lived but down here, it is prevalent, I help where I can and though they tell us not to give $ as they will use it for drugs, I like to think that maybe they won’t and that it’s buying them a meal instead or a necessity ❤ ❤ ❤

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  37. Teagan R. Geneviene
    Oct 31, 2017 @ 17:17:10

    That is so very true. There are so very many who just don’t get it… It amazes me.
    Happy Halloween my friend. Hugs.

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  38. roughwighting
    Oct 31, 2017 @ 20:29:28

    You have touched the hearts of so many with your thoughtful, compassionate post. In San Francisco, where I lived many years, the homeless population boomed out of control, it seemed. Every few years there are hundreds of articles that ask, “what can we do to make this better?’ Then the subject is dropped until it rises again, a few years later. Sigh. One of the things we can do is not look at the homeless as a ‘problem,’ but as an individual story, each person who struggles to survive on the streets.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 01, 2017 @ 14:03:33

      Yes you are so right Pamela, very quickly people forget when out of sight, out of mind.. And when in sight, the authorities want to sweep the sight away as if the problem does’t exist..
      We have much to learn as Human Beings about compassion and understanding we are in affect all One.. And when we turn a blind eye, we are turning away from the truth of ourselves..
      Many thanks for reading Pamela, I appreciate you taking time to do so, and comment.. 🙂 ❤

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  39. europasicewolf
    Oct 31, 2017 @ 21:53:32

    We have so many homeless people it’s unreal. Unfortunately the council is redeveloping the local area and seems determined to drive out anybody who is not rich and wealthy. Many of these homeless people have serious drink and drug problems but the council would rather spend the money on luxury shopping centers and weekend flats for the rich Londoners, than developing programmes to help such people get back on their feet and have a roof over their heads. It’s very telling when construction workers are throwing homeless people out of their shelter in the doorways of office buildings that have been sitting empty for years, and chucking their sleeping bags in on-site skips to make way for bulldozers. These empty buildings will be turned into luxury flats whilst the homeless people will likely die on the streets in the freezing cold. The council is keen to rid their area of “riff raff” including those in private accommodation. They wish to chase tenants out and force landlords to sell up so they can turn whole streets into yet more luxury flats. Disgusting.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 01, 2017 @ 14:13:05

      Yes it is disgusting Wolfie.. Only in our local paper which we get once a week about community news etc.. An article was exposing the amount of money our local authority has invested in hotel chains in Scotland, and the amount it stashed in overseas bank accounts.. Remember when the Iceland bank crashed. well our local authority lost millions.. Now its investing in Dubai. While nursing homes are closed, they treated, closure of our libraries, and cut back on support.. ( I was one of those who was a cut back, six yrs ago, in my support working role when they made our team redundant to farm out to private care companies. )
      While on one hand they spend money like water on monuments, and visits over seas.. It all really wants exposing and I feel they should have a break down of how Monies is spent.. Not a pie chart of amenities.. So yes I so agree.. As our town is now more like a ghost town, and so many empty buildings which could be turned into shelter accommodation . ❤ xxx

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  40. stephensmustang1
    Nov 01, 2017 @ 03:17:56

    A subject close to my heart. I have learned that most of the homeless I’ve come in contact with, have just had a run of bad luck (there but for the grace of God, go I). If not, for my mother in law or parents, we would have been homeless. We try to help when we can.
    Thanks for bringing this subject to your post. Love and hugs.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 01, 2017 @ 14:16:44

      Yes, There for the Grace of God indeed Elizabeth.. and I remember when my children were small, how I would juggle peter to pay paul and I can honestly say at times we so struggled ..
      Many thanks for your thoughts Elizabeth… They are most welcome.. xx

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  41. Inese Poga artist, writer and life sciences specialist
    Nov 01, 2017 @ 17:43:24

    Dewin does a good job. It’s nice you remind people something like that exists and it is getting worse. How wouldn’t it? The global money guys are just getting richer at a speed of light, so the rest will need to be patient and observe austerity programs.

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  42. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
    Nov 01, 2017 @ 20:57:12

    We don’t always pay attention but I think it’s an alarming issue all over the world. That, they used to have a ‘home’ sometimes, somewhere and now they’re wandering around the streets, make me sadder…

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  43. Christy B
    Nov 02, 2017 @ 02:36:48

    I am often saddened by the number of people who think the homeless people are lazy.. Truly we are all just a choice away from being on the streets – it can be easy for life to take a bad turn.. let’s care for one another… Thanks for the meaningful post, Sue ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 02, 2017 @ 14:30:23

      Yes, and that is exactly it.. hard times, wrong choices and bad timing, along with dysfunctional families where growing up meant growing up fast, in harsh circumstances, that for some made choosing the streets a better option.. How that must feel is something some of us, thankfully are privileged never to learn. But for others its a reality, that have driven them down paths now they can not escape from..
      Many thanks for caring Christy.. May we all indeed learn to care for one another.. ❤

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  44. dgkaye
    Nov 02, 2017 @ 03:23:25

    So heartwarming this post Sue. Nobody knows anybody if they haven’t walked in their shoes.
    I just visited Dewin’s blog and going to watch the video. ❤ Hugs my compassionate friend. xoxo

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  45. Bela Johnson
    Nov 02, 2017 @ 03:44:44

    This is such a vexing subject, living in Hawaii. People buy a one-way ticket thinking they can live on the beach. When they find they cannot, they are stuck here. And then there are the mental patients society no longer takes care of. And the local Hawaiians who have, for whatever reason, become truly destitute. That’s the situation here at home. When I travel though, it’s staggering how much homelessness there is in urban areas. We truly have become disconnected when we can turn a blind eye to this overwhelming problem. Well stated, Sue. ❤

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  46. Ka Malana - Fiestaestrellas.com
    Nov 02, 2017 @ 14:56:12

    Most of us are not far from homelessness! 💗
    Thank you for this pos, Sue!. I’ll return for the video as soon possible
    And to read the links xoxo

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  47. Ka Malana - Fiestaestrellas.com
    Nov 02, 2017 @ 14:57:13

    My apologies because my phone’s text is not working properly a lot of the time.

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  48. anitashree
    Nov 02, 2017 @ 15:51:52

    Oh powerful video! And yes, the plight of the homeless is increasing every day. I know that for those of us who are blessed with a roof over our heads, each moment is a moment to be grateful. So much to say..so much that doesn’t make sense some times. Hugs!

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  49. Brenda Davis Harsham
    Nov 02, 2017 @ 17:58:06

    Powerful video. Great topic. So sad to have no where to go.

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  50. Lisa Hutchison LMHC
    Nov 02, 2017 @ 19:11:15

    Thank you for bring awareness to this important topic! I wanted to stop by an dlet you know I nominated you fo rthe Liebster award. Many Blessings, Lisa https://connectingempathichelpersandartiststospirit.wordpress.com/2017/11/02/the-liebster-award/

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  51. Wendell A. Brown
    Nov 02, 2017 @ 21:38:59

    Amazing write that brings the plight of the homeless to light! I will check Hid blog out!

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  52. JoAnna
    Nov 03, 2017 @ 04:04:00

    My husband runs a residential program for people who would otherwise be homeless. Most of the residents have mental health and or substance problems that have been untreated or under-treated. As I’ve gotten to know individual residents and learned some of their stories, I realize that they could be family and I could have been in their shoes. When I watch the video, I wonder what led to the man’s homelessness and what brought his family back to him. I understand that sometimes mental health problems and addiction can distance people, but there is always hope for recovery and always an opportunity to love. Even if we have to set boundaries, we can still offer a way back home. Even if a bridge has been burned, it can be re-built.

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  53. Tina Frisco
    Nov 05, 2017 @ 02:04:39

    A thoughtful and moving post, Sue. To acknowledge our Homeless sisters and brothers requires compassion and the courage to face our fear, whatever form it takes. I can no longer walk by without at lease sending a loving thought, for some do not wish to speak or make eye contact. I respect their wishes and hope they will receive my heart, as I receive theirs ❤

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  54. Somali K Chakrabarti
    Nov 05, 2017 @ 14:50:33

    A very touching video, Sue! Makes me think how drastically life can change for people. Everywhere life is difficult for those who do not have a home but more so in places with extreme weather. It is a sad truth. I have seen people abusing and bad mouthing the homeless, and I find that odd.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 05, 2017 @ 15:48:16

      I agree Somali, in such a short space of time, life can change dramatically for many, when they may find themselves in hard times..

      People’s actions are a constant source of amazement in their behaviours Somali, and deplorable in many circumstances.. ❤ Many thanks my friend for watching and reading.

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  55. Linne
    Nov 06, 2017 @ 08:08:43

    Thanks,Sue. It’s a real issue and we so often just turn away,don’t we? I could have been one of the homeless )( and technically I suppose I am). I returned to the province where I was born and grew up just over a yer ago, only to find a near aero vacancy rate and, if there had been a vacancy, I most likely would not have been able to afford it. Not only that, but cheaper places have been torn down to make way for condos and the like, because they generate more income. BC is becoming a place of foreign investment and foreigners have no care or compassion for those who live here, at least most of the time. I am beyond lucky that I have been able to live with my cousins since May but that can’t go on forever. But I, like you, believe in positive thinking and bringing the light into situations which seem dark.

    There are increasing numbers of elders who face or will soon be facing, this situation. Those who chose to be family support instead of just working to put money away for the future will suffer along with those being forced out of rental homes to make way for large, income generating places.

    One thing that I have learned in my life is a different way of looking at some situations; I believe that we choose our lives in the broad details at least, much as one would sign up for a course or programme at a university. If people had not chosen to be homeless, or alcoholic, or whatever, others would not have the chance to learn compassion, kindness, patience, and so on. I don’t mean that we should walk by or ignore the situations, but rather we should help while being thankful for the opportunity to grow spiritually ourselves. Even in the world of politics, I see current events as bringing about a great awakening around the glove. I feel that humanity is once again faced with a crossroads and we are having to choose how we meet everyday circumstances. Will we learn to be kind and loving or not? I see people taking a stand for justice, for peace, for reconciliation with those we have wronged, from individuals to groups such as the indigenous peoples of so many countries. If the haters and power hungry and the greedy and ignorant had not come to power, would we, as a whole, be growing in this same way? I somehow doubt it.

    I give thanks for them as catalysts and I pray for the awakening of each of us, beginning with myself. The world is changing, ‘inch by inch, row by row’ as the song says. I’m finding my own way through these challenges and part of my response to all the frightening events is to use the Litany Against Fear (from Dune, the book) and part is to surround the earth and ALL people in it with love and light. i honestly believe that, together, we can change the world, and that change begins within each of us.

    Sorry this is so long; your post was moving and inspiring. Thanks again. ~ Linne

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 06, 2017 @ 14:07:47

      Hi Linne, and so lovely to have you visit and leave a comment, Such a long time since I have seen an update, and did not know you had moved back again.. I remember when you first went..
      And Loved your comment, never apologise for your long comments, you should see some of my own I leave around the place….
      And yes, Compassion, and our Awakening all combined within the world, and each given opportunities to grow,
      Many thanks and I look forward to catching up with your journey shortly Linne.. I am about to take a small blogging break this week, so will look in when I get back.. xx Many thanks and loved again you left me your comment.. ❤

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  56. The Emu
    Nov 06, 2017 @ 23:15:20

    A hard subject to ponder on Sue, I can only judge on how I see it, here we have many homeless subsisting on welfare, no employment for many reasons, taxpayers subsidizing their welfare, then the Government wants to bring in many thousands of refugees who either wont work or don’t want to work or wont assimilate or integrate, they seem to only want to live on our generous welfare system subsidized by Taxpayers. Personally I believe the UN is being manipulated by the Middle East and orchestrating a change in Global distribution of people leading to a New World Order of Global control or Global Government.
    Excuse my ravings Sue, this subject has many tangents and I do realize that at the end of the day, we are all responsible for each other, sadly the Bureaucrats of the World Governments are too wrapped up in money and power.
    Cheers

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 07, 2017 @ 10:45:52

      I do not mind your ravings at all Ian, and they are far from rants.. lots of hidden truths still to be exposed in the world my friend. We little folk are not supposed to know how the real world works.. But we are finally waking up to their plans.. And yes Power is Money and Money is Power.. Which is why there will always be those who with and those without, for the foreseeable future unless something drastic happens to alter world economics or environments.. ❤ Many thanks Ian.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 12, 2017 @ 07:56:13

      Yes it is sad dear Ian, very sad, and you are right we are responsible for each other, And it seems at times the divide is only growing wider again, of the haves and have nots.. Governments have always been out for themselves,which ever party and in what ever country.. The EU is all about that control system too Ian, which is why the UK is going to be made an example of daring to defy and leave.. But it is something that is not going to go away unless we ourselves make the right noises in the right places at the right time.. Our judgements are not going to help the situation.. The little man?woman thinks they have no power, yet I feel our power grows daily if our intentions to do good grows into actions of doing good.. But if we want change then we are going to have to be the ones who are prepared for that change.. And start by changing our own attitudes and perceptions.. Seeing a homeless person on the streets as a PERSON, and not something to be sidestepped is a start.. When we start to accept and live from our hearts, then maybe we then help create the next steps to ripple out in the caring direction.. The road is long and not an easy one for many.. But we have to make those first steps and reach out to those in need..
      Love and Blessings Ian.. Apologies I am late, but had an eye problem I have been resting xx

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