posted on Dec, 28 2011 @ 04:06 PM
Regardless of whether people get what they deserve or not, being a good person is being a good person, and the universe tends to give back the energy
which one puts into it.
Also regarding homelessness, a lot of people are homeless for reasons beyond their control. For example, with the burst of the housing bubble in
America many people became homeless, and it was not necessarily their fault that their bank partook in bad lending practices. In other cases, people
develop mental illnesses (such as war vets) or decide to leave an abusive provider spouse, and in doing so they end up homeless because they don't
have the qualifications to find a job nor the money to afford a home.
I don't think that its right to judge a person by his or her current situation, especially if it is an unpleasant one, when one does not know his or
her background. Who knows why that guy was homeless, maybe he got laid off and was unable to find a job, his house was foreclosed on, and he ended up
becoming a beggar; maybe he's a heroin junkie/alcoholic and he's trying to find any way to feed his drug habit.
In either case, I doubt that being in that situation is something that he or she deserves. If you really think that people get what they deserve look
at wealthy bankers who get caught pulling off multimillion dollar ponzi schemes and get sentenced to 6 years in a minimum security prison, then look
at poor people who rob stores for a couple hundred bucks out of desperation and get sentenced to 15 years. Those people sure got what they deserved,