There is a disturbingly powerful piece of opinion in today's Vancouver Sun. I winced with guilt as I recalled how many times I have driven by a man who sits in a wheelchair outside Holy Rosary Cathedral. When I see young people on the street with signs asking for money, I ask them if they know about Covenant House. But why don't I stop and talk to this man in the wheelchair that I see daily? I need to reconcile this.
When you walk by a homeless person, what do you do? What do you think of the opinion piece in the Sun?