Just say hello and smile. Compassion, understanding other people — just do your best to be kind and never take for granted the fact that you have a job and they don’t. Don’t get a better-than-thou attitude and know that maybe anyone can get in this situation and be hopeful that they can get out of it.
Half-Truths, Cop-Outs, and How We’re Quick to Judge Our Homeless Brothers and Sisters Part II by Brandy Wallner Our first installment of Half-Truths, Cop-Outs, and Being Quick to Judge our Homeless Brothers and Sisters considered the significance of mental health on the issue of homelessness, as well as a more compassionate response to addiction. ThisContinue reading
Half-Truths, Cop-Outs, and How We’re Quick to Judge Our Homeless Brothers and Sisters Part I by Brandy Wallner When something is true some of the time that doesn’t make it true all of the time. And when we believe a negative trait to be true of all of a “type” of people what we reallyContinue reading