People working for the Salvation Army do a wonderful job in caring for anyone living on the streets. They don't judge, but understand the frail mental, emotional, and physical condition of the people they contact. I wish I could adopt the same attitude. I'm working on it. How about you?
In the latest news, the police fund gave £50,000 to food banks in West Yorkshire out of money raised from stolen property.
The commissioner said: "As Christmas approaches more and more families are struggling to make ends meet and the reliance on food banks has become a reality.
"This money will help those food banks in the areas of greatest need to buy more supplies as the festive season draws closer and into the New Year.
I remember my childhood in Australia. The Salvation Army would march to my street and play music. My sisters and I would join the crowd to listen to their message of peace and understanding. Times were hard in the 50s, but we knew no other life.
We should never take what we own for granted. Who knows what's around the corner. 'But for the grace of God, go I'.