Could you fit your life in a supermarket trolley?
I remember very clearly that time I went to
England on a sunny day, walking calmly around
town to get to my grandma's house, with
my cousins, aunt and uncle because We
haven't seen them for about four years.
So we're Nearly there but then something
catches my eye guess what it was, it was
homeless people down, pretty much all of
the streets of London, and my brother and
I whispered in each other's ears HOBOS
and that made us crack up, but I felt sorry
for them at the same time and that made
me think why don't they have a house.
You could See all of the homeless people's
eyes staring at all of the the non homeless people
begging for money. That will always be one
of my memories from England. Could you
Imagine going up to a homeless person
saying why, do you take that shopping
trolley with you everywhere.
Can you remember seeing those people
with ragged clothes, no food no water
and no money to buy their own property
to live on . And I can give an example
about this cause We saw homeless
people on our school field, trying to
get them out of school property that
was like making seagulls get off your
food. I wonder why they came to our
school why our school.
Can you remember seeing that news
report on homeless people talking
about how many homeless people
in in certain countries, and in London
there are 8000 homeless people
and if you think that's a lot,
can you guess how many homeless
people in the whole world 100 MILLION,
but it's kinda a coincident, that it's an
even number so it might not be the
right tally but I searched up and I
trust the Internet. I just really want
to know how they got their and why
their family don't let them live in there .
So if you walk past a homeless person
on a street maybe think twice about
their background so maybe donate some
money to try and help.
Could you fit your life in a supermarket
trolley. Let's break it down, could you
fit your sports gear,musical instruments,
your bed, your favourite stuffed toy, your
clothes, your shoes,your own pillow, your
favourite book, your scooter and all of the rest of the
stuff you own I don't think so.
body movement , rhetorical question
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