Please Help End Homelessness

I have been crying since I saw this video last night. Knowing that homelessness even exists has always broken my heart, but it's even harder around the holidays for me to face this fact.

I truly understand that times are financially hard on EVERYONE these days,
but we are all on the internet, so it's safe to say we are blessed and within
our own homes. There are so many things we CAN do to help make a difference.

1. Donate clothing to homeless shelters
2. Donate Non-Perishable food items
3. Donate toiletries
4. Volunteer at a local shelter or pantry
5. Invite family and friends to help

The list goes on and on.

Today there are 1.3 million children homeless.
This should NOT be!

Please look within your hearts, pray and go on Faith knowing
your helping them WILL be the right thing to do.

"If you wish to experience peace, provide peace for another. If you wish to know that you are safe, cause another to know that they are safe. If you wish to better understand seemingly incomprehensible things, help another to better understand. If you wish to heal your own sadness or anger, seek to heal the sadness or anger of another."

- Tenzin Gyatso


  1. This is a very inspirational video. In the last few years, I've wanted to donate to shelters and would even be willing to volunteer a few hours, but without a car, it's hard to do.There is always something that we CAN do though!

  2. Blessed be Tabby! Yes, indeed, we must help those in need. One way or another. :)

  3. Yes...oh yes, we cannot be silent or still!

  4. Dear Tabby,
    You truly wear your heart on your sleeve...and it's a good thing, because the world needs people like you who truly care.
    Thanks for this reminder, list of suggestions, and heart cry.
    I share your prayers and thoughts for those who are broken this Christmas.

  5. Hi Tabby,
    What an important message to continue to spread, especially as we approach Christmas, and more importantly, some of the coldest months of the year. Just this weekend I took two of my kids with me to deliver items our Cub scout pack had collected, to a local Women's Shelter. They didn't want to go along - and yet - we really felt it was important for them to see that life is not always as rosy as it is for us (even when they think it isn't rosy!). I'm not sure how much they got out of it, but even it just touches them a little, it is so worth it. I'm hoping they get the message - that of empathy for our fellow man. And for having a caring heart...

    Thank you, Tabby, for sharing this very important message...


You bless me with your presence! Tabitha♥

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