How Humane Is Neglecting Somebody Who Is Languishing on the Streets?
What is the TRUTH? We, the People have abdicated our power and strength to those who work FOR us. Their salaries are paid by the taxpayers. We, the People have been quelled and rendered silent EVERYWHERE…the workplace, our worship centers, our HOAs, our communities, the school boards, and the streets (to INCLUDE the Capitol of Colorado and the municipal centers) Lest we forget, we OCCUPY each of these spaces.
The truth is, We, the People, own the damn problem and the damn solution. What are WE gonna do about it?
I am grateful for those who put their energies behind addressing what is true, even as We, the People, are awakened and begin to act.
Consider this, those who pitch tents in preparation for the release of concert tickets, or Black Friday, are not cited by the police. Their inherent right to rest, and to protect themselves from the elements, are not challenged. I don’t argue ‘yeah, buts’. There is a solution in this example of “acceptable” behavior. Let those who have studied this, and have a passion for solving this, do so. We must support it.
I endeavor to take a bite out of the Faith solution. I will need a lot of help. I am NO theologian or cleric. Without question, I will get something (a lot of things) wrong. What’s true is that Faith IS an underutilized resource, and I have a passion around that. Learning is part of the process, specifically, my own learning. Christ had no cash, no means, which suggests to me that having no cash is not an unacceptable way to live. That we have made it the contrary is worth understanding. That can happen even while others are focused on rents, development and laws/ordinances.
We, the People, are a mosaic in movement. Our sides do touch. Each tile is required to complete the picture. ”
“Thank you for your heart and passion”