City Living: At what cost?


The problem with homelessness in this city (and most societies) is that we as a human race have seemingly forgotten that we are just that; a human race. We begin to see people as literal objects, and walk past them with little to no regard. Almost as if we are walking past a trash can, or stopping to tie our shoe. Yet if we take a second to merely look a little to the left we will see that maybe the person next to us isn’t as fortunate and maybe we should all have a little more compassion and concern for the world that doesn’t revolve around us.