A Mother Is Sleeping In Dirt And All Some People Can Think About Is Profit

In the U.S., approximately 3.5 million people are homeless each year.

Water, food, and shelter are the most basic of human needs. When any one of those needs is not being met for someone, life becomes exponentially harder.

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“How can someone have purpose in life if they don’t have a place to call home?” asks a 38-year-old man named Elvis Summers. The mohawked man is on a mission to give tiny homes (and hope) to the homeless. And it all started with a 61-year-old grandmother named Smokie.

Irene “Smokie” McGhee has been sleeping on the streets of South Los Angeles ever since she lost her husband and then her home, more than 10 years ago.

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Elvis and Smokie became friends and when he learned that she was homeless? He took it upon himself to help. “A woman in my neighborhood is sleeping in the dirt… so I built her a house,” he said.

“Are we as humans so busy and petty, that we can’t stop for a minute to help out someone in need?” asks Summer.

Watch the video to find out more, and please SHARE if this kind gesture has inspired you today.

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