I will gladly work for food

I work for food

                  I work for food

out of work hooker

out of work hooker

I am sure, if you are here in the STATES, you must see the people at various intersections with signs saying I WORK FOR FOOD.

I work for Chinese food

I work for Chinese food

Yes, times are tough, but sometimes, we need to pull ourselves up off the floor and brush ourselves off and decide the best path to take in our lives.

I will do VOICE OVER for food

I will do VOICE OVER for food

Many of us have been homeless and without food at sometime during our lives. During those times we need to find the location of the Department of Social Services and ask them:

Where is the nearest FOOD BANK?

Where is the nearest HOMELESS SHELTER?

Can I qualify for FOOD STAMPS? 

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With god, all things are possible

        With god, all things are possible

Blessed by the BEST

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This article is about the book that I am writing called Blessed by the BEST and is dedicated to Brother Ed and the Long Beach RESCUE MISSION

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Brother Ed Robinson is a manager for the bed guests of the Long Beach Rescue Mission and is the man behind this book Blessed By the Best. I feel that I have been blessed by the best to have known someone like Brother Ed and I describe in detail how he enriched my life. I stayed at the mission as a bed guest from December 2013 until early April 2014. I looked forward to Brother Ed’s daily sermons which were held in the chapel at 5:30pm just before dinner time. His sermons provided us with guidance and the inspiration to look forward to another day. Brother Ed always had a smile on his face and an upbeat attitude on life even though he had been diagnosed with STAGE-1 bone cancer in January 2014. He often discussed his experiences of living on the street in South-Central Los Angeles before coming to the mission himself as a bed guest a few years ago. He spoke of his addiction with crack cocaine and his dependence on the Pusher-Man. His guidance reminds me of the lyrics in the song Amazing Grace “I was lost but now I’m found….I was blind but now I see” I thank Brother Ed and the staff of the Long Beach Rescue Mission for helping me to move forward in my life enabling me to see a much clearer path in front of me. This book Blessed by the Best details how I became homeless after traveling from Texas to southern California and shows how the three homeless shelters that I stayed in helped shape my life.

ImageThis book will show of my interaction with other homeless people who stayed at the shelters as well as those who slept out on the streets. I describe about the pros and cons of being homeless in Southern California as well as how I eventually made it back to the Rio Grande Valley in Texas to start a new life. If you would like to help me fund my book and be sure that it gets published . You can help by donating to my KICKSTARTER project account: I will have the link posted shortly. Thanks in advance for your cooperation to help make this book possible.  I am hoping that this book should be published sometime during June of this year.

I can also accept donations by PayPal,  sent to eastern.sea.star@gmail.com on the Paypal website. 

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