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Homelessness is described as the condition of people without a home Between five and six hundred thousand people are considered homeless at any given time - without a permanent safe decent affordable place to live Granruth and Smith Anyone in the United States could wind up homeless There are many people in this world that are unfortunate not to have a roof over their head From all the storms that the United State have encounter many have become homeless In New Orleans Alabama East Africa and Japan all have suffered from the natural disasters of the world and have ended up homeless oppaperorg Being homeless is something that could happen overnight but at the same time could change within the blink of an eye Homeless not only happens because of a natural disaster but also from bad choices in life Living in the city homelessness is a growing issue among the streets from them standing on the side of the road with a sign asking for food money and a job to provide for their family with a sign that read GOD BLESS Homelessness is everywhere and we ignore it and turn the other cheek At times we label the homeless the more we tend to see them and ask our self what will the do with the money if they had it is there a family why are they homeless and can they get a job Its a big issue a growing problem with all the disasters that have occurred in the world we are now seeing more families homeless and hungry These disasters force them into hotels family homes and shelters trying to find ways to keep that roof over their head and off the streets In the blink of an eye one could become homeless things could happened that can put us all in a world of hurt and looking for some were to turn The government is there but
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