Being Homeless is a horrible, National problem; but are we truly outraged? Does our government share the outrage? If we as a nations were truly outraged, could we solve the problem? I wonder. I have no answers, but I wonder.
Almost everyone has felt some form being an outcast at some point in their lives. Maybe in the neighborhood, maybe at school, maybe at work. Where you didn't fit it, you didn't belong. Or felt you didn't belong. You were an outcast. Not a good feeling for anyone. Take that feeling and multiple it by being homeless, by not knowing when you might eat next. Or not knowing where you might sleep or if you were going to get relief from the cold, or the heat, or the rain, or the wind, or the snow or the sleet and ice. Take that feeling and multiple it by not knowing if you were safe?
This article, while not recent described some of these feelings of being an outcast.