It’s important to remember little things. I always think of it in terms of food. Like yes, the perfect is cooking a healthy meal, but even a frozen pizza is better than ordering McDonald’s. Whilst this is a great frame of mind on a personal level, I don’t think this applies in this case, where we have a system of government that believes homeless people don’t deserve help and of they’d only get a job they could afford a house. At the same time cutting the NHS to the point, they can’t offer basic services, let alone mental health treatment.
Here in the US, it’s not just the government, it’s the culture. People, on a fairly large scale, simply don’t believe people deserve things that they have. They are so bitter that they have to pay so much to live a comfortable life that they resent anyone living “better” than they are, so they’d rather those people get nothing. Or, my favorite, “I saw that person that time abusing [insert government service], therefore this is why we should cut these services”.
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