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Havenista Hope
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I am back writing again.  Much has taken place and I plan to post it soon. This is more of a journal for me, and hopefully helps other homeless women who find themselves staying in shelters or on the streets.  Many sleep in cars.  It is amazing what resourcefulness you can muster in the neediest of times.  We are women of all ages but I am focusing on age 45+ in my writing and research.  Namaste! God bless!
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It's just a beginning and that is a big step for me because I had lost all hope and faith in humanity.  I thought we were a lost cause.  I hope it continues to build a foundation of hope for the human race and the world we all share.
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Thank you for joining and supporting this place for women that are homeless or almost homeless.  Whatever circumstances brought you to this path are varied, but I believe there are some core issues that we all have in common.  I hope through our stories and communication here, these common core issues will surface to end such suffering for women. 

If you are an organization for women that support or research homelessness and the issues that are involved with homeless women, I hope you will join us here as well.

This is an effort to help us make this world a better place for women, really for all, but this focus is for women.  May the light shine brighter here as we all work together to emerge into a more loving and compassionate way of being with the earth and with each other.

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At this link you will find the blog where I do all my journaling, Then I will add links to the other social media posts.  I hope this begins a little virtual community of mutual support and encouragement.  WE ARE NOT ALONE IN THIS!!!

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I currently live at Haven for Hope in the dorms for single women.  Men and families live on the campus as well, each in their separate dorms. 
Here is the link where I blog about "The Stay" at Hope for Haven, a 43-acre transformational center where the homeless can live and transform their lives. It is not a quick fix and you are in the driver's seat. It takes a commitment on your  part. Also, you have to be real and come from a place of authenticity and integrity if you really want to see changes in your life.
This is my journey.
We are really NOT ALONE in this!
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