“The people of a city respond to the mass psychology that dominates the city. If a group of leaders engage in sufficient action to give a city the reputation of being a “live-wire” city, this action influences all who live there.” -Napoleon Hill
We must all contribute, collectively, to making this city a great place to live. Consideration for others, and speaking up for what is right is something that must be valued and relentlessly implemented. I’ve heard more than a few people talk about the declining morals of society. This decline directly relates to the other societal challenges we are witnessing, and how those challenges are being addressed. The “small things” we do, and how we do them, matter greatly.
-The Homeless New Yorker
There’s never a good time to be homeless, but this is an especially difficult time of the year to be without proper housing/shelter. It’s holiday season, and it’s brutally cold outside.
For the people who are “street homeless,” the arctic climate is dangerously foreboding. I’m gathering some winter garments to distribute to those who need them. If you are able to do so, please do the same. Come up with a plan with your family, co-workers, loved ones, etc. on how you can help someone who is out in the cold.
It doesn’t take a large organization, or great wealth, to help. Even if you help one person, that’s a great contribution! It doesn’t have to be a big to-do. Any small gesture is a great contribution to bettering the world.
If you are reading this and you are homeless, keep the faith. Don’t let any person, or circumstance, make you feel that you don’t deserve the best for yourself. This belief will help pull you through. Peace and love to you.
-The Homeless New Yorker
Charity organization, Action Hunger, has come up with a ground-breaking idea to dispense food and toiletries to the homeless. The organization plans to stock free vending machines with everyday necessities such as: water, fruit, sandwiches, light snacks, lotion, socks, toothpaste, etc. Each machine will reportedly allow up to 100 homeless people to receive three items per day.
The vending machines will be able to be accessed by homeless people who have received a chip-based key card. According to The New York Post, the pilot program that will launch the machines will commence in Nottingham, in the United Kingdom. The New York Post states that the BBC has reported that Action Hunger “has plans to install similar vending machines for the homeless in other big cities like London, New York City, Seattle, and Los Angeles.”