Warm Hearts Make the Cold More Bearable

Kindness is action comparable to poetry in its beauty … this is Corina Ravenscraft’s post today on The Bardo Group … it’s worth your time and thought. Click through to read the entire piece including Corina’s suggestions for helping out.

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The recent bitterly cold weather has gotten me thinking more lately about those stuck out in the elements, without a warm place to go. I wonder, as I am driving home from work at two o’clock in the morning, “How many of them will die tonight from the cold?”

I recently watched a documentary film called “Invisible Young“, which explores the homeless youth in Seattle, WA. I was surprised that some of the kids became homeless as young as age 13. 😦 The thing that struck me the most about everything else in the film is that when asked what was the hardest part of being homeless, so many of them replied, “Feeling invisible, like we don’t exist. No one meets your eyes when you’re homeless. You just feel like no one even sees you.”

The film, "Invisible Young" by Steven Keller From https://www.facebook.com/pages/Invisible-Young/169954176370103?id=169954176370103&sk=photos_stream

Homelessness is a HUGE social problem that not many people want…

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3 thoughts on “Warm Hearts Make the Cold More Bearable

      1. Thank you. Yes, it is. I can’t imagine how people have managed this cold winter. I have been in the City (NYC), but not as much on the subway system as in prior years as I’ve been able to be walking distance from where I needed to go, so I haven’t seen people as much, though of course, you see them outside too, over heating grates, under cardboard.

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