People who are homeless do not want handouts. They simply want to stay alive and survive. A “meal” — who knows how long it’s been since they have eaten. They may have a disability, mind or physical. 

It’s not wrong to say, “When will people love me?” It’s not wrong to say, “Help me!”

I see love as the main core of civilization. I cry inside when I meet a homeless person; $20 is my investment. Human beings need someone to love them.

We cannot overlook more investments to move the homeless forward. Please make a difference. I love you!

David Bolduc

Waterville

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