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Women on the Street Have you ever rushed down the street and felt that nagging feeling of guilt as you breeze by someone lying in a doorway Is she alive Is she ill Why do we all rush by without finding out is shes all right People sit in train stations bus stations parks doorways unmistakably sick with what we dont know All are seemingly alone Some beg Some dont Some have open sores that ooze and bleed Some are drunk Some talk to themselves or formless others They have no homes Street people make up a small percentage of the homeless population Most homeless people blend into the daily flow of urban life Many families are homeless Many babies go from the hospital into the shelter system never knowing what it is like to go home Women are another subgroup of the homeless Solutions to homelessness are not easily found But before we can solve problems we must be sensitive enough that we create the will to find the solutions Often if we do not feel the problem if some emotional response is not made we are not moved to seek solutions We are often unmoved to even recognize the questions We cannot afford to keep walking by Work is a fundamental condition of human existence said Karl Marx In punch-the-clock and briefcase societies no less than in agricultural or hunting and gathering societies it is the organization of work that makes life in communities possible Individual life as well as social life is closely tied to work In wage labored societies and perhaps in every other as well much of an individuals identity is tied to their job For most people jobs are a principal source of both independence and correctness to others It should come as no surprise that in the work force or out work
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