Here are a sample from a range of posts on homelessness from my blogs.
I love what this little boy did.
I found out from a report on Thursday that I could access a one off payment for crisis. Yesterday I decided to go to Centrelink the Australian welfare agency to access this one off payment. I have $1.23 in my account and am in genuine hardship. A friend has brought me food.… Continue reading →
This is the voice of the homeless, I feel. Are they equal to you…?
Of course. They are you. We are family in truth. When that is experienced homelessness disappears for good!
A NEW VALUE SYSTEM
I am without a home,
I am homeless,
I am less without a home,… Continue reading →
I felt inspired to write this poem. It took me around 4 hours. I remember my sovereignty and the love of my country.
IS HOMELESSNESS DIMINISHING RETURNS OF A FAILING STATE LOSING ITS SOVEREIGNTY?
The rain is coming down,
Like falling tears sliding slowly down a window to the sill,… Continue reading →
Again, anyone can be homeless. Can you imagine how it would feel to fall from the status of a multi-millionaire. In this grouping people value according to money and status not who you are. Failure is identified with loss of financial wealth. The title indicates ‘unsuccessful’. I don’t think he is… Continue reading →
This can happen to anyone. What if he is you?
Perhaps Sesame Street should be rebadged to ‘Equality Street’
We must wake up to the reality of homelessness, so many cannot connect to it. I am homeless and I have found there two be two world’s – one of those with comforts and work and those who struggle to survive on a day to day basis. Essentially the third world in a first… Continue reading →
In this article below it states it is about relationship and conflict, I state underlying conflict as the root cause. I see home-less-ness in truth reflects social breakdown and in particular, breakdown of the family support systems. It is in the erroneous perceptions of homelessness that people become judged and isolated rather than… Continue reading →
I felt inspired to find this beautiful soul. I send love to all those who feel they do not have a home or belong in this world. Those who are crying alone. You are not alone.
The Invictus Games are held in Sydney Australia this week.
Sport is assessed as a means of helping those with injuries and mental health issues resultant from warfare.
Is this what they truly need or is this what men and women do to forget and take their minds off the reality of war and what… Continue reading →
Many homeless women die, this is a reflection of a society that has lost its humanity. No person should be on the street or couch surfing. I’ve been homeless coming up 2 years. What happens to the poorest is reflective of the rest. How would you want to be treated? The answer… Continue reading →
Britains homeless are the world’s homeless. India’s homeless are the world’s homeless. US homeless are the world’s homeless. Australia’s homeless are the world’s homeless. Africa’s homeless are the worlds homeless. Asia’s homeless are the world’s homeless. Homelessness in every country is a world problem it travels beyond nation states.
How will… Continue reading →
This could be you, no matter who you are. You may have a crisis, a nervous breakdown, bullying, a shock, self respect, independence, conscientous objection with welfare or lose everything. I am you. You are me! One story talks about sitting at cafe’s I’ve done a lot of that in order… Continue reading →
Launch Housing produced this video. It is the most important issue of our time as it is not just about not having a house it is about non-regulation of housing ownership, it is about no pricing ceiling and selling off houses, inequities in Centrelink and the Job Providers, it is about attitudes that value… Continue reading →
This is reflective of a society that is no longer egalitarian where fairness is the central value of being Australian. This is reflective of the breakdown of the family and a wages system that has been deregulated where young people are vulnerable to employers who just tell them what they will pay. It is typically… Continue reading →