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  • I should just go to Jamaica... they're a lot more ready to save my life in 2 months....
    Is it that hard to show love? I totally get the whole superiority thing. I'm the most superior guy, I get it, that's part of why y'all are so fun lol. But love is the fabric of the universe, focus on that and u won't be an easy target 🙄🙄🙄
    I love you all truly. But I renounce everyone in the world. I'm consistent. I'm good. But I can't speak for anyone else. I haven't met anyone like me. The woman who carried me for 9 months and birthed me stops at nothing to break my heart every day. The woman who wanted to marry me started laughing at my situation with my mother the day after she realized she filled that void for me. It's just me and source now. Bye.
    Fang4
    Fang4
    This world isn’t our real home, every hardship and blessings are test from up above. If we knew our rewards with the one that doesn’t forsake on the day of recompense we would have wished for more bad days. Be steadfast brother, our Lord hears all and is very responsive!!!

    My bad i was gone for a while brothers and sisters. This homeless life is really a rollercoaster. Y'all are still super important to me, I'll be posting actively again.
    Koji
    Koji
    If you have a car, you could live in a tent, or in your car and if you already have a car/job then it becomes VERY easy to be homeless. Especially in warmer climates. I don't know how things are today but before the economy tanked in 2009, you could literally walk into any restaurant you wanted and get a job as a dishwasher.
    Koji
    Koji
    Homelessness wasn't really a huge issue for anyone physically fit as they could access the programs and find work relatively quickly to get back on their feet.

    All in all, if you do everything right, homelessness shouldn't be something that lasts more than a few months for you. You'll end up living in a shitty basement apartment for a year but after that you'll find someplace better. Patience is key walaalo.
    Koji
    Koji
    @Platinum You're blessed to be homeless in Canada. What I would recommend for you is to join the military. If I was anything under 20, or even 24, I'd consider joining it in a heartbeat. Figure out what job you want in the military, whether reserves or full-time. Just make sure to get your education paid off so you can enlist as an officer. My friend earned 100$ a day going to school as a reserve.
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