Sunday, March 23, 2014


I want to tell you a story about this women named Sherl, she is 53 and she has been living in the street for 16 years. We are building a relationship and she feels safe to share things with me. She has a story that seems to be similar to other homeless people that have lived on the streets for so long. They have some type of abuses, addictions, hurt, pains, regrets, deaths,  lost hope. This is the way we live attitude. 

Sherl has no teeth, she's this tiny women that doesn't like to be around others, she lives in a tent that we gave her and she calls it her home in Beverly Hills. She carries her knife and is a lite sleeper. People come around at night trying to take her things and try to do other things to her, but she is ready. 

She as shared a little of how she ended up on the streets but I haven't heard the whole story. Her and her brother live on the streets, his name is Blue, he loves the color blue. He is a drukard and a cocane addict.... He always tells us he is blessed and has his bible, he even gives money to help on Sundays with the meals. He hasn't open up yet, but he loves it when we just sit with him. I know she is on something to but not sure what. 

They both have lost there parents and their children have been taken away from them. They do see them but not as often as they like. Sherl claims her brother keeps secrets from her and she knows he see them more than she does. But one day she will know his secrets. 

As she is on her 4th donut and her second cup of coco, she asks me in her little baby voice, "can I please have some chips and a bottle of water for later." I smile and said yes, but that I had to leave now. She said,"ok I will see you next week and to tell you more, oh and look what I'm reading," she shows me her bible. Thank God! 

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Thursday, March 13, 2014


You are no longer forgotten
You are no longer hidden 
You are no longer invisible 
You are no longer forbidden 

You made no decisions
You had no choice
You had a short life
And you had no voice

My dear child, one day 
I will hear your heart beat 
See your glorified body
Sitting at Jesus's feet

I know I'm forgiven
By the grace of God
No more guilt or shame 
And no longer flawed 

I've given you a name
And it means reborn
I have peace and joy 
And I will no longer mourn 

You will be remembered
You will no longer be hidden
You will no longer be invisible
You will no longer be forbidden 

One day I will be with you
My baby, I will see you soon

My First Love

 Can I walk you home 
Can I give you kisses
Can I be your first love 
She sits and reminisces 

This gentle young man 
Will always have her heart 
Her only first love 
Hoping they will never be apart 

Time goes by wondering where can he be 
Is he to be lost in the arms of someone new I see 
Maybe one day she can tell him again,
 "You are special to me" 

That day has come 
She can once share her love 
To this gentle man 
God has healed from above 

Can I walk you home 
Can I give you kisses
Can I be your first love 
She sits and reminisces