If it wasn’t for lifelines, we would drown, he said. And you can’t be so paranoid to think that everyone you throw a lifeline to is going to hustle you. Then you’re going to quit throwing lifelines and you’re letting a bunch of innocent people drown.
It is believed by some that a man is not dead while his name is still spoken, she said. That is to say that people only die when we forget them. So if we can remember those who have walked on, off of this physical reality and onto a spiritual one, they will remain with us always.
Pastor Joy Johnson
The greatest of plans have all been subject to change. Joshua’s House will not be exempt. This is a small step in the right direction but, let’s hope for the funding with a host of compassionate and empathetic individuals to assist the remainder of the homeless before a diagnoses of death.
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