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City feast and homeless at trash containers

There is a feast in my city this weekend. We celebrate SEA DAY. And while ones celebrate, I again saw homeless at the trash containers. It’s just too big in contrast: a festive city and those people at the trash. 

What must happen in human choices to make days darker than nights? To stop looking at the sky – just to the bottom of the trash container? 

And ships with different lives pass by, but the world spins all the same and time goes there – to the end.

© Fortune, 2009

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  1. It’s said that, in the USA, most of us are two paychecks away from living on the street. An economic downturn could make an already disastrous problem even worse. It’s not just the lack of a home or food, Los Angeles is in danger of the Bubonic Plague resulting from the homeless defecating on the streets. When (not if, at this point) the homeless will be the first to get it.

  2. I Truely care for all the homeless people of the world. These words in your article touch me very deeply, “What must happen in human choices to make days darker than nights? To stop looking at the sky – just to the bottom of the trash container?”

    the way you wrote it shows your sincere respect or them and the picture of the palm trees, protect their dignity. What an amazing person you are. I am honored to know you, Furtune.

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