One Seattle, Washington man is showing others that circumstances in life don’t have to deter our happiness or even our sense of hope.
Randy Miller is homeless and has been for quite some time. During an interview with The Seattle Times, Miller explained that he was frustrated with how the government’s system handles homelessness.
Two years ago, Miller found himself praying to God and asked, “How can I not be homeless anymore? How come I can’t get ahead?”
Miller told The Times God answered his prayer: “If I want a blessing from Him, I have to be a blessing to other people.”
So, he found a meaningful way to encourage other homeless individuals to see their value and worth. He started “Be the Blessing 206” which provides free haircuts to the homeless.
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