Progress, change & changing minds – Tweet from: @doingithomeless


You should get to know one of my LA buddies!

Check out his blog & his #moochology series. For a young “whipper snapper” (Southern term) he comes up with some good ones!

Thanks Mr. Mooch as we call him…

I like this one in particular because I just realized I’ve been writing about change when I’ve written or shared my last few posts on the blog, facebook comments & even just tonight my comments on various news outlets.

It’s time to call a spade a spade.

We will never accomplish any of the progress I’ve been calling for without profound change. To reach the people who need to change their minds we have to be ever vigilant.

But staying in the mission of this advocacy we have to first get these people’s hearts & minds by showing & living the basic tenant of our tag line if that’s what you want to call it:

“Love Thy Neighbor, Love the Homeless”

Ponder Mr. Mooch’s tweet & find it in your heart to change your minds after you consider the realities of the outcomes possible when progress occurs because we can change our minds.

This comes, BTW, because a homeless man has raised his “Vox Patria”!

From: @doingithomeless
Sent: May 8, 2011 23:46

Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. #Moochology.

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