naturally compassionate. Their hearts have little armor around them. Their eyes open wide
as they hang onto your words that tell of the lives of people, people who hurt, people who
need help. They don't think about if they have the time or money, or if the person is
deserving of help. They don't worry about safety. They just see a need and they don't
think, "Can I help?" -- they know for certain that they must.
The following links will help you
talk to children about homelessness, whether you are a teacher, a parent, or friend.
Find out how you can use my book, Have a Great One! A
Homeless Man's Story, with your students!