• Walter Carmickle


This Veteran takes me back to when i myself was homeless. I took care of his immediate needs. Then we don't stay long enough to deal with the needs that resonate deep inside a persons heart and soul. We tend to be so busy in life we don't have 5-10 minutes to listen. All anyone really wants is to be heard. Feel like someone out there cares. Empathy...

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