World Homeless Day 2019 is on Thursday, October 10, 2019: Why does the world frets when the stock market dips but cares nothing when a homeless person dies?
Thursday, October 10, 2019 is World Homeless Day 2019. Homes Not Jails World Homeless Action Day World Homeless Action Day.
Homeless people die every day. The world would be in a constant state of fret.
The stock market is one indicator of the health of the economy. It is the only indicator measured constantly, which is why the media focuses on it.
Only the media and a few people with a lot of assets in the stock market fret over it every time it dips.
Is the world ruled by evil?
Just a few days ago a new article has been published on this topic.
You are right that negative forces (ghosts, demons) are impacting the society at a great scale.
But how exactly it is done is unclear to most people because it is done in quite deceitful and devious ways, at the level of impacting the subconscious mind of people in society and people seeking spiritual progress.
This scientific article below brings out in the open and reveals how negative energies impact society
Why have come to think that some homeless people are fakes or lazy?
I feel that anyone who thinks that every homeless person is lazy is naive. Certainly there are PLENTY of homeless people who ARE lazy, but that criteria can also fit PLENTY of people who are NOT homeless!
I've never been homeless myself (praise God!), but being homeless in itself is (in my opinion) no disgrace. There, but for the grace of God, go I.
There are often many circumstances beyond the control of many people that can force them into homelessness.
Our lives are made up by the sum of the choices that we make and to some extent, the environment that we are raised in. Again, this is just my opinion.
If I plant peas in my garden, rest assured that corn will not come up in its place. If one chooses to use drugs, drink, drop out of school, then those choices have a lot of consequences that we never think of.
Those choices can often cost us more than we were willing to pay, keep us longer than we wanted to stay, and often times, come to fruition many years after we made those choices.
All those things can lead to homelessness somewhere in the future.
Also. . . those people who make the RIGHT choices in life can also end up homeless. The cost of an unexpected critical illness can force many people out of their homes.
I retired as a social worker after 30 years of employment with the State of *****. I once interviewed (for Food Stamps) a man who had a PHd in chemistry. He stayed on the program for just one month, and then found work.
EVERYBODY in this old world needs help at sometime or other in their life. The help requested may come from a social service agency, friends, relatives, churches, etc.