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Monday, November 29, 2010

Homelessness: Give A Damn


Wanda's Wings said...

That is the saddest thing I have ever heard. How can a parent not love their child unconditional? My daughter is trans gender and has lived with me off and on for years after coming out. I can not believe God would do less.

Clueless said...

Wanda, It breaks my heart that parents can do that to their children. They even do that to their pregant daughters.

Thank you for sharing about your daughter. Yes, I know that God loves her and that you are doing the loving and accepting thing.

Spin said...

Wow, that is so sad. It is astounding to me how parents can kick their kids to the street, period. Yet, it happens all the time. I think less and less people are giving a damn these days, as they are more concerned with self and image - how they look to their peers. LOVE and ACCEPTANCE, PERIOD. That is what ALL kids need.

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