Category Archives: End Homelessness

Have You Been Left to Hang Out on the Fringe?

Have You Been Left to Hang Out on the Fringe?

Susanna Leonard Hill switched to Disqus, a global comment system that was supposed to improve discussion on her blog.

Ha! The system gave me the boot, leaving me to hang out on the fringe in the blogo-sphere. I begged Susanna to let me back in. Then by some miracle, her system opened a portal, and I was allowed back into the fold.

How could a computer program leave such a bitter taste on my tongue? But it did. Now, for some bizarre reason I’m back hanging out on the fringe.

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Six Ways You Can Help End Youth Homelessness

Six Ways You Can Help End Youth Homelessness

“There is much suffering in the world. But the greatest suffering is being lonely, feeling unloved, having no one. I have come more and more to realize that it is being unwanted that is the worst disease that any human being can ever experience.”
Mother Teresa (1910-1998)

 

We live in a society faced with making clear choices. Our youth are struggling. What do we do? Leave them to fend for themselves? Look the other way? No! We can provide support to help them lead productive lives.

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