Entering The War Zone

Although this essay is lengthy, I hope that you’ll take the time to see into “The War Zone” that I watch around me.

Mare Martell

This link will take you to an interesting article about poverty in America. http://economichardship.org/peter-edelman-on-why-its-so-hard-to-end-poverty-in-america/ This link will take you to an interesting article about poverty in America.
http://economichardship.org/peter-edelman-on-why-its-so-hard-to-end-poverty-in-america/

Let me preface the following piece with my current observation that although I’ve moved into a larger place in the same neighborhood and the characters (my neighbors) have changed names, the situations are as accurate now as they were then. There are several personal experience notes about myself that I included to show just how someone like me got into this situation. I do not write it with hopes of pity or a firm case of I’m-glad-it’s-not-me’s but to demonstrate how easy it is to fall between the cracks.

I have since been able to secure health insurance which has allowed me to take care of myself better, but the deductibles from my unemployed standpoint are just as daunting as knowing I have heaps of medical bills left over from when I didn’t have it. I…

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One comment on “Entering The War Zone

  1. Linda Looney says:

    Very good piece!

    “Love as God loves and live as Jesus lived” Rev. Tim TenClay

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