For three years, a homeless man stood on a street corner in Webster, Texas. He would stand there under the blistering sun or in the pouring rain. “Someone needs to do something about that guy,” people would often mutter.
Homeless people, in some circumstances, become invisible to people. More than likely not from hatred, anger or any other emotion, but because homelessness is such a serious thing that it shocks the mind to the core to even think about it, so most of us just walk by with our heads down and hope the person goes away.
No one ever took the time to learn why the young man remained on the corner, day in and day out — until a woman named Ginger Sprouse came into his life.
At least four times…