Over the years I have spoken to many of the Homeless who live in my area. I have noticed that much of the ideology that is shared by the Homeless, is also shared by many of America’s youth. By the time an American child is 4 years old that child has heard the words, “no you can’t,” an average of 60,5068 Times. I am not one to use or even believe in statistics but if you consider how many times a child is corrected by the parent in the early years I am sure the number is probably even higher than previously mentioned.
The Homeless deal with the same rhetoric. Business owners don’t like the freeloading and dominating their restrooms, without seeing any money exchanged. You can’t improve your circumstances without improving your education and the list goes on. As a result of the seemingly hopeless situation, many of America’s Homeless become victims of one of two forms of Human Trafficking. The first and most common form is referred to as the Sex Trade. If you go to YouTube I have a video on human trafficking that may open your mind to the problem.
The Video the I am referring to is titled, “Human Trafficking Documentary Part 1.” If you pay attention to each of their stories, I think that you would find that every victim of Human Trafficking that was interviewed could have changed their circumstances by having enough courage to leave or just not put themselves in the position in the first place. An immigrant never has to leave home, a teenager never has to run away and so on. It is the individual who make the debt that binds them to the trafficker and not the trafficker himself. The hold the trafficker has on the victims has more to do with fear than physical harm. After all a slave labourer is not worth anything if the slave owner hurt him poetically.
As a result the Human fight or flight response must be neutralized if the slave it to be of any value. In America industry uses the public schools to indoctrinate slaves into industry with as little resistance as possible. Those who insist on thinking for themselves and are unwilling to conform become outcasts and if the behavior continues the outcast becomes unemployable until the subject (a) learns to conform or (b) finds a way to become self sustaining. If the subject proves to be unwilling to contribute to the culture, the subject becomes rejected by the culture that he or she sees no reason to be a part of. The rejection results in Homelessness.
With all of this said, if you are unwilling to climb that hill or take that chance that God has given to you, you will never realize how make chances God has give for you to make your escape. The smallest detail in the bigger picture could mean the difference between your freedom or captivity, your life or your death.
When a hunter goes out he must pay attention to every detail of the world around him, otherwise he is unable to track his quarry. If he misses even the smallest broken branch, his family could starve over the winter. On the other hand, the hunter must know when to make the kill. If the kill does not have enough of a yield of meat on the bone the trek back would be waisted for he would have to make another kill sooner the otherwise needed. These primitive skills may not be needed in a urban situation but they do translate over. After all, if the subject is flipping burgers without doing more to increase his yield, such as going to school for a better job, he may be flipping burgers until a robot takes his job at which point the subject has missed too many opportunities to learn and has become unemployable with a possibility of becoming homeless.
The American economy has changed twice in the last century and both times the American worker needed to change with it. Those who could not keep up became slaves to industry, due to the fact that they had no marketable skills. Staffing services are nothing more than a form of legalized slavery, because they prey on the labour force that has fallen through the cracks. Don’t be afraid to try new thing with your work life.
When I was much younger I promised myself that I would never be without a job, so I started to spend at leased two hours a night studying as much as I could about every aspect of American industry. I have worked in every aspect of industry as a temporary worker. I may have only been working in some of these places for a day but the education helps me see how symbiotic each part truly is. I hate sales, but I have a respect that I would not have had for the people that do it for a living. Each job or assignment that I had prevented a new challenge but I made the climb and overcame any obstacle that God put in front of me. I hope that what I am saying is not falling to the asphalt for if you are not prepared to take the next challenge there is always someone out there who will try and exploit your fears.
The skills that I have gained over the the years as a temporary has made me an asset to any company I choose to work with, but I created that reputation through the grace of God. Now my employer asks me when I want to work and with a phone call I have a job that is more stable than if I was working full-time for one company. However, my reputation is only based in my local region and I once took a chance that backfired on me.
I went down to Florida in 2005 to help after Katrina hit. I felt that I could go down there and have a job waiting for me as needed. After working with the same staffing service for 16 years, I had a wake up call. Because of the fact that the locals did not know me I ended up working one day out or the three months I was there. I had other forms of income so it did not effect me but the experience helped me to understand why or how someone could become Homeless some easily.
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