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Refugee crisis: our own homeless are in need of love and attention too

Posted on September 4, 2015 at 6:57 AM
 
It’s a fabulous thing that a number of people have decided to commit to helping the thousands of refugees seeking safety and security in the UK.  Some people have even agreed to house some of the refugees until they get themselves on their feet and secure their own accommodation.  It is a truly remarkable gesture and together with David Cameron’s promise to bring thousands more refugees to the UK, heralds a shift in both the perception of refugees and the way we are willing to treat them.
 
 
But I think it is also important not to lose sight of the impoverished of our own country as we seek to help those from overseas.  As well as helping them we might also consider what more we can do for the countless homeless living on the dirty streets of our towns and cities. Can we make more space in both our hearts and homes for them?

Categories: Asylum, Charity, Europe, European Parliament, European Union, Faith, God, Life, Love, News, Poverty, Refugee, Sacrifice, Suffering

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Reply yourei gaya
3:29 PM on December 31, 2015 
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