October 2, 2012

Served lunch at the Drop In Centre.

Saw an acquaintance. Didn’t know what to say.

He’s a quadriplegic. Part of a group of people that gets (theoretically) more governmental financial support than most.

How did a quadriplegic slip through enough cracks to end up at the DI in order to eat?

Life on the street is hard. For anyone. But in a wheelchair it’s 10x harder. When you can use stairs or alleys or fit into most bathrooms.

How did this happen?

And, more importantly – how do we fix it?


Water: Anything that God uses with and through you to make the world a better place.


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