Optimism Goes a Long Way
Often times, someone else is praying for the things we take for granted. There are necessities that every human being deserves regardless of status an MA is praying for the most basic of these necessities for himself and for others. You see, Mario suffered a disabling injury in prison. He must now live on $864 monthly disability payments. He has to pay rent, buy medication and glasses and arrange for transportation, all on $864 per month. Against all odds, he is optimistic for a better and brighter future.
MA has the same hopes, dreams, and aspirations as many others. Although he is under the strict supervision of a Parole Officer, he remains focused and determined to work hard. His goal is to own a car, reunite with his family, and live life to its fullest despite the obstacles that now appear in his way.
To help others like MA learn budgeting, couponing and other sustainability skills that aid in thriving beyond poverty, please visit the Redemptive Work website at www.redemptivework.org to see how you can get involved
Writer: Kathy Rosenhammer
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