Homelessness Is Not For Birds | 7 Tips To Survive The Streets

Homelessness Is Not For Birds
Homelessness Is Not For Birds | 7 Tips To Survive The Streets

People Need Documented Proof Of Not Being Homeless!

Homelessness is not for birds, any living things or persons because shelter provides protection and safety from exposure to the weather.

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“Foxes have dens and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head.” Luke 9:58

Birds do have nests and houses, but many people have no place of their own.

Many people have to live in a car.

If they don’t want to live in a shelter, it might be the only reasonable choice.

Homelessness Is Not For Birds But, People Can Be

It’s illegal to sleep in a car, but birds are free to roost anywhere.

How can you tell when someone is homeless?

If they do not have a lease or mortgage in their name, then they are homeless.

The weather is cold and every man and creature needs shelter.

Here is some helpful information on how to get by like birds until something better comes along.

Find A Safe Place To Sleep

As a temporary roost, Walmart allows people to camp overnight in their parking lots.

A church parking lot and free hospital parking lot are other options.

Find A Place To Shower, Don’t Let Yourself Go

Many churches and social service organizations have free showers.

Stay Under The Radar, Clean Is Deceiving

You don’t want to risk looking or smelling like a homeless person.

Take a shower and wash your clothes as often as possible.

Or, it will blow your cover and get you treated like a homeless person.

Travel Light Take Only The Essentials

Traveling light with clothes, phone and soap can save you a lot of hassle.

Protect Yourself Don’t Walk At Night

Staying indoors at night is the best security.

Cooking And Eating Out

Fast food is expensive when you’re living off it.

Get some income and food stamps; go to food pantries and soup kitchens.

If you have a car or van, then you can cook outside the vehicle at campsites.

Keep Your Head Up Searching For Jobs

Talk to social workers and local religious organizations who will sympathize, understand and try to help.

This post was written to make you think about what your life would be like if you lost your job.

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