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  1. Dreams : Stargazer November 17 to 19 2017

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  3. American Poet--British Director

  4. Dreams : Stargazer November 11 to 13 2017

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  6. Hillary's Big Mistakes

  7. Dreams : Stargazer November 5 to 7 2017

  8. Drop A Coat, Warm Your Heart

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  10. Ending Gun Violence In America....

  11. Dreams : Stargazer October 30 to Nov 1 2017

  12. OUR RAMNA PARK IN BANGLADESH

  13. Dreams : Stargazer October 27 to 29 2017

  14. Dreams : Stargazer October 24 to 26 2017

  15. Dreams : Stargazer October 21 To 23 2017

  16. DISCIPLINE

  17. Dreams : Stargazer October 18 to 20 2017

  18. Dreams : Stargazer October 15 to 17 2017

  19. Dreams : Stargazer October 12 to 14 2017

  20. Today's Amazing Teens

  21. Your Rainbow Vibes

  22. Dreams Stargazer October 9 to 11 2017

  23. Dreams : Stargazer

  24. Dreams : Stargazer October 3 to 5 2017

  25. Glimmer of Hope

  26. Dreams : Stargazer September 30 to October 2 2017

  27. STOPPING CRIMES FROM BEING COMMITTED

  28. Dreams : Stargazer September 27 to 29 2017

  29. Lighting Sparks

  30. Dreams : Stargazer September 24 to 26 2017

  31. Dreams : Stargazer September 21 to 23 2017

  32. Dreams : Stargazer September 18 to 20 2017

  33. Me And Garcetti

  34. Dreams : Stargazer September 15 to 17 2017

  35. You Are Important Too

  36. Human Error

  37. Dreams : Stargazer September 12 to 14 2017

  38. Dreams : Stargazer September 9 to 11 2017

  39. Dreams : Stargazer September 6 to 8 2017



Drop A Coat, Warm Your Heart

Somewhere near us, at this very moment, regardless of our location, there is someone on the street without a home and without a coat. In this sometimes cruel, coldhearted world we can all do a little something to warm our hearts. As we approach the winter season, some businesses and non-profit organizations will conduct winter coat drives for the homeless and those in need. It warms my heart when I go through my closet and pick out an old heavy coat or two, in which I no longer wear, and drop it off at a local homeless shelter.

Most places that are willing to accept used coats will have it heat-treated first before they actually hand it out. Please double-check in your local area for the clothing donation policy at the city mission, teen drop-in center, homeless shelter, or the thrift stores that supports the local soup kitchens. Whether Iím at St. Vincent DePaulís Soup Kitchen near Main and Utica in Buffalo, at the Bethel Mission near 6th and University in Des Moines, or down on Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles, it absolutely breaks my heart to see the rising number of homeless, especially the homeless teens sleeping on the sidewalks and under bridges. When I was living in Los Angeles I witnessed a particular transit bus being used during the wee hours of the night, whereby the homeless could ride and sleep in peace just as long they donít bother the other passengers.

We can all do a little something. Drop a coat and warm your own heart. Ė Randolph Randy Camp

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