• Alex

    Literally no but emotionally I feel a lot of people are homeless. The way the worked before where everything is fast paced and people get left behind. I guess this is what the quarantine did good for us. People are bonded due to it.

  • saviourv

    Thankfully, I’ve been fortunate to have a place that I call “home”, or at least a form of home base.

    In my country, I know that there are plenty of homeless people, so I sometimes do my best to provide them with some small charitable donation, given that I’m also trying to get my own finances stabilized.

    Sometimes, I wonder if I’m doing enough to help such people.

  • jolly555

    I have once been here but I’m always very grateful that it didn’t really get out of hands. I could still manage and get out before it got worse.

  • conrad pranze villas

    No. I am happy that I have never experienced this kind of situation in my life. But every time I see a homeless person, I see to it that I help him/her in some way that can lift up his spirit on that day.

  • Danielle M

    The picture is very touching, I haven’t been homeless but sometines I wonder how homeless people feel, ad could be a way to really help them.

  • Oyeyipo Oladele

    I was once homeless to the essence that I stayed without taking bath for like 7days, you know what that means. I never prayed for such to happen to anyone, I pity the fellow in the picture.

  • David Tjoe

    We never know what the future holds for people like this or ourselves. Some are successful and some are not, that’s life.. So sad!

  • Brain

    ImI thanifut I have not gone through this my entire life. I’m always grateful to my creator. I hope I don’t get here.

  • Grace

    I have never been homeless, but I always feel for all those street children that have no place to call their home. It’s such a hard life.

  • Teddy

    This just reminded me of the poor people that live this reality every day. We should be very grateful for having a roof over our heads.

  • Shantel

    I have seen homeless people who are still able to wear a smile. One has to admire their resilience in the face of adversity.

  • Storm

    Being homeless for even a few days can be devastating. I can’t imagine there are people who have lived their entire lives homeless.

  • Rajaé Powell

    At first, I did not really understand what was going on, but contrary to not understanding, I felt like I did. I had to research the definition for a writing prompt, and that’s when I understood what I felt I understood. The writing prompts are suppose to convey both a visual and verbal message that ultimately propels you to take a hold of inspiration. I didn’t know that writing prompts existed, but I see how they can be very useful. In fact, it may even bring about compassion as well, more specifically the writing prompt about the homeless person. In short, I would say they are quite grabbing.

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