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  • Elizabeth Guillen

    This photo is in itself very beautiful because it shows the plight that homelessness was once aimed at what I remember were called bums and still are not realizing that they had to probably go through this before accepting the title they were given. And now its down to Children. Pray for all who are homeless and especially for the children. Thank You