Essays On My Shelter
Honestly, I did not want to have any but people felt offended when I refused to take their offers, so I ended up taking everything I was given.
The most difficult thing was encountering two boys who were my age but stayed at the shelter.
I vividly remember walking in downtown Indianapolis and meeting a homeless person holding a card with "I can write a computer program in exchange for food" written on it.
As a computer science major this quickly caught my attention as I wondered how a person who could program was homeless and alone in America; a country I always referred to as the land of opportunities.
I also met someone from Sudan who came to America as a war refugee.
Unfortunately, things didn't go according to plan for him, and he is now homeless.