Ronald Davis - I’m Not A Bum, I’m A Human Being
this broke my heart how can we treat each this way and not even think to care
Words really don’t describe how this makes me feel. Make you appreciate what you have. Be grateful because others would do anything to be in your shoes.
I think about this everyday. There’s countless people like this man, literally.
Damn…watching him break down though..
Wow. When he started crying, I had to pause it for a while. So sad. This is exactly why whenever someone homeless approaches me, if I’m able to, I’ll buy them a meal or give them a few dollars. I never feel right with myself walking away without giving them something knowing that I had it. Another reason why I end all of my days thanking God for everything that I have. Big or small. I pray that this man and the many like him are blessed to get themselves together.
A HUMAN spirit doing the best he can. Sometimes I think that the homeless are actually angels here to remind those of us that are more monetarily comfortable just how fortunate we are… there is something deep to be learned in every human interaction.. regardless of outside appearances. Peace.
The woman in the top photo is Carlee Soto, waiting to hear news about her sister, a teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary.
The woman in the second photo is Victoria Soto, Carlees sister. Soto was apparently pushing the children into a closet when she was confronted by Lanza. She put herself between the gunman and the children and that’s when she was tragically shot and killed. When she became aware there was a gunman in the school, she hid her first-graders in closets and cabinets, then told the shooter they were in the gym. He turned the gun on Soto, killing her, but none of her students were harmed.
You are a hero Victoria, and no one will ever forget the amazing thing you did for your students. Only the good die young, may you rest in peace. Such a beautiful soul.
thankyou for the support guys! hope to see all of your talents!