Angel Love Revolution feeding the homeless in Skid Row,
Los Angeles,December 7th, 2014.
The real meaning of Christmas; Love Thy Neighbor…
There is no more powerful drug than Love.
It heals body, mind and soul, and it’s Free.
Practice some love and compassion….
Thirty-three cities in US now ban or are considering banning giving food to homeless people — and some are threatening to throw people in jail in they’re caught feeding the hungry.
These laws claim they’re about preventing government-run anti-homelessness programs from being diluted. They’re really about keeping non-profits and individuals from shining a light on just how bad things have gotten for our country’s poor, even as the homeless are treated like criminals for being without food and shelter.
Charity work like sharing food with the homeless is essential in a country where protecting the poor and needy is never at the top of the list, and is found to help those without shelter get back on their feet.
Skid Row is an area of Downtown Los Angeles. As of the 2000 census, the population of the district was 17,740. Skid Row was defined in a decision in Jones v. City of Los Angeles as the area east of Main Street, south of Third Street, west of Alameda Street, and north of Seventh Street. Skid Row contains one of the largest stable populations (between 3,000 and 6,000) of homeless people in the United States. The sidewalks are lined with cardboard boxes, tents, and shopping carts.
Angel Love Revolution in Skid Row, Los Angeles….December 7th 2014.
Human compassion series includes images of my artivism performance in LA January 8th 2015 at Wiznu Labs. While my video of The Gaza Blood and Rubble Bucket Challenge is playing, I am nursing the Zionist who dumped Blood and Rubble over me. I nurse him to give love and compassion with the hope that he will become a better human being. ♥
Who would nurse somebody who dumped a bucket of Blood and another of Rubble on your head, called you terrorist and spitted on you?
What would you be your reaction? “An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.” – Mahatma Gandhi Love and compassion to other fellow human beings is the only way to improve humanity.