Whenever I'm in a city no matter the state it's the same thing. I notice how often people would pass homeless individuals and treat them as if they were the scum of the earth. I don't know when we decided that it was okay to look down upon those who have nothing but its not okay. We don't know their situation or what lead them to that point so why not try to understand.
I remember a time when I never knew where my next meal was coming from. Would go days without eating at times and my mom would surprise me and my siblings with McDonald's. It may sound crazy but whenever she would walk in with food, it felt like Christmas. The thing is she had a job but raising kids on your own and working minimum wage we had to choose between a roof over our head or food on the table. There were also times when we were homeless living out of the car and abandon houses. Luckily my mom didn't get comfortable with her situation realizing it was only temporary because she was always pushing for something better. At the time I could never understand how but through everything I've been through up to this point looking back I see it. Unfortunately, she's no longer in my life but she taught me one thing and that's to not get comfortable. Take risks, enjoy life, and push for your dreams; don't settle!
I want to inspire and transform the minds of every one. Not just those who can afford me because getting paid is not the reason I do this. Everyone could use some inspiration. DONT GET COMFORTABLE