A Recipe for Hope: Stories of Transformation by People Struggling with Homelessness

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ACTA Publications, 2006 - Homeless persons - 256 pages
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A Recipe for Hope: Stories of Transformation by People Struggling with Homelessness, by debut author Karen Skalitzky, dispels the misconceptions around homelessness. It contains first-person accounts by some of Chicagos most diverse voices. Collected from the men and women of Inspiration Corporation, an organization dedicated to helping the homeless back to self-sufficiency, these true stories challenge modern preconceptions of homelessness and demonstrate how this often faceless problem affects everyone, regardless of race, color, creed or economic status.

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Contents

Foreword
9
About the Recipes 1
17
Generosity
51
Forbearance
73
Humility
103
Love
139
Responsibility
165
Compassion
195
Trust
221
Afterword
243
About the Front Cover
250
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