Do you remember when I wrote about Reverend Paul Mast? He had come to see me at my house because he was writing a book about his experience working with the homeless populations all over the world. He interviewed me and decided to include my story about Brae’s Brown Bags and also about some of my ideas related to hunger and homelessness. Well his book has now been published and you can buy it online. My interview and picture are in the book!
The book is called Street Sabbatical: Life Lessons for a Contemplative Beggar and we learned a little bit about it before it was published and it really is inspiring. Reverend Paul traveled the world and at times actually lived on the street and in shelters because he wanted to know what it felt like to live as a homeless person.
Reverend Mast wants to get rid of the word “homelessness” and he explains why in his book.
BanTheLabelHomeless.com and see how you can help to reverse the stigma of that label.
His personal website is: www.gospelsoftretreats.org
I want to thank Reverend Paul for including me, but also for going out and helping people in need every day. I’m very happy to know you and be your friend.