How do you feel about homeless people and beggars?
August 7, 2011 6:00pm CST
Times for describes your feelings and thoughts. Whom do you see it? If they respond to you? If they ask for money? And in general, especially - as it is when you go through the city and the homeless and beggars happened - what's going on inside you?
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11 Aug 11
Nothing goes in front of me when a homeless man walks past me. With one I have at times last longer, he came up to me and probably just wanted to talk. He has said he would have times really had much money, then have his wife leave him, he had started drinking and not worked, and eventually the money was used up, landlord kicked him out on the street if you have nowhere to live, you get no work, etc. But somehow I could not have pity, for he has put himself into the situation. It was not so well that today he was homeless on tomorrow, but he has seen it coming.
10 Aug 11
If you want to help them at all, then something would have to eat to be a lot better than money because you never know what to buy for it. There are enough people who sit in a wheelchair and beg, but completed after her "working" suddenly run again. I personally have donated anything and frankly I do not so much about me when I see homeless people.
8 Aug 11
This is a difficult question, because it is very important to the background stories of the people. But by and large I do homeless people and beggars already suffering: every time I go past them, I feel kind of weird, and therefore sometimes give a little something. Certainly one should not blindly take pity on them, especially in a country where everyone is supported. Nevertheless, it is tragic that there are still people who live on the street.
13 Aug 11
Hi my friend, To be honest I felt saddened by these circumstances, I feel sorry for them. But I myself confused. Is this a disease in the social? Why are they not making money in the villages, without having to go to big cities and disrupt the public. Okay there are some cases that ought to diberokan attention by the government, in fact, not all beggars are homeless people who have no home. Good day
3 Sep 11
Often comes to humor at times. I see poverty not as a crime, but there are some who can not be kept in an apartment, because that just did not stay long in the same place but just hoof it. I usually give her anything, because you will give to a 50 ********** and others also want money. But I'm not trying to be all too common. Are they intrusive or threaten me, but then I have no problem making their plight even more miserable.