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[This I Believe] 【整理】2015-12-04&12-10 当所有人都有家可归

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When All of Us Are Home


Sister Mary Scullion has been fighting to end homelessness for more than thirty years. She clearly believes that every person deserves to have affordable housing, health care, and an education. But she has also come to believe that every person benefits—the giver and the receiver—when working to help others.


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When I was a student at St. Joseph’s University, I began to spend time on the streets of Philadelphia, getting to know the men and women for whom these streets were their only home. The more I developed relationships with them and the more I got to know them, the harder it became to head home at night while they remained outside.

 

In time, I came to a powerful insight: When we see a person on the street we can no longer pass by and piously say, “There but for the grace of God go I”—but rather “There go I.” As Dr. King taught us: “We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”

 

In this journey, I have had many great teachers—including Georgianna Simmons, who lost nine of her toes to frostbite, and who, despite a daunting mental illness, was a powerful advocate and woman of great love. Or Joe Williams, who turned his years of addiction into a passion for recovery and now, with a college degree, runs a recovery house for homeless men.

 

I’ve been doing this work for more than thirty years, and I’ve been radically changed. People who have nothing have taught me so much about life and grace, about faith and compassion.

 

Among the lessons they have taught me is that ultimately, people who are homeless need the same opportunities we all need: decent, affordable housing; quality education; employment; and access to healthcare. Their lives so eloquently witness the fundamental truth of the dignity of every person. Contrary to our society, which values those it deems productive and prosperous and often marginalizes those who struggle with homelessness, I believe that every man, woman, and child possesses gifts, worth, and potential. Everyone matters!

 

And so, I envision and work for a society in which each person is given the opportunity and resources to achieve their fullest potential and to contribute to the common good.

 

I also believe that our greatest power is unleashed when people come together across social boundaries to form a community united by a common vision. It is through “the power of we,” as our friend and partner Jon Bon Jovi reminds us, that we come to know the deepest truth of our humanity.

 

This is what I truly believe: “None of us are truly home until all of us are home.”

 

In 1989, Sister Mary Scullion co-founded the nationally recognized Project HOME, which provides supportive housing, employment, education, and healthcare to enable chronically homeless and low-income persons to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty. Her advocacy resulted in the right of homeless persons to vote and a landmark federal court decision regarding the fair housing rights of persons with disabilities. She received the Philadelphia Award and was selected by Time magazine as one of the “World’s Most Influential People” in 2009.

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Welcome to this i believe, I'm Dan G. Sister Mary Scullion has been fighting to end homelessness in Philadelphia for more than 30 years, she clearly believes that every person deserves to have affordable housing, health care and an education. But she has also come to believe that every person benefits-both the giver and the receiver-when working to help others.When I was a student at St Jesoph university, I began to spend time on the streets of Philadelphia, getting to know the men and women for whom these streets were their only home, the more I developed relationships with them, and the more I got to know them, the harder it became to head home at night while they remained outside.
In time I came to a powerful insight, when we see a person on the street, we can no longer pass by and piously say there but for the grace of God, go I, but rather there go I, as Dr. King taught us, we are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny, whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly, in this journey I've had many great teachers including George Simons who lost nine of her toes due to frostbite, and who despite a daunting mental illness was a powerful advocate and a woman of great love. or Joe Williams who turned his years of addiction into a passion for recovery, and now with a college degree, runs a recovery house for homeless men.
I've been doing this work for more than 30 years, and I've been radically changed, people who have nothing have taught me so much about life and grace, about faith and compassion, among the lessons they have taught me is that ultimately people who are homeless need the same opportunities we all need, decent affordable housing, quality education, employment and access to health care, their lives so eloquently witness to the fundamental truth of the dignity of every person, contrary to our society which values those who it deems productive and prosperous, and often marginalizes those who struggle with homelessness.
I believe that every man, woman and child possesses gifts, worth and potential, everyone matters, and so I envision and work for society in which each person is given the opportunity and resources to achieve their fullest potential and to contribute to the common good. I also believe that our greatest power is unleashed when people come together across social boundaries to form a community, united by a common vision, it is through the power of we, as our friend and partner John Bon J reminds us that we come to know the deepest truth of our humanity, this is what I truly believe, none of us are truly home until all of us are home.
In 1989, sister Mary Scullion co-founded the nationally recognized organization Project Home which provides housing, employment, education and health care to chronically homeless and low income people, her advocacy has resulted in the right of the homeless people to vote and a landmark federal court decision regarding the fair housing rights of people with disabilities, she was selected by Time magazine as one of the world's most influential people in 2009. Her essay was recorded in the studio of WHYY and produced by Elizabeth P, and is featured in our latest book this i believe Philadelphia which is available on our website at this i believe.org, and please while you are there, make a taxable donation of any size to keep this podcast going for another year, if you've given in previous years, we thank you very much and look forward to your continuous support, if however you've perhaps been listening to this i believe for years, and never before made a donation, now would be the perfect time, that's this i believe.org/support, I'm Dan G, thanks for listening, we'll see you next week.

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And this brings me to what I believe.I believe life is a spiritual struggle.
I believe in being gracious to others.
I believe in the power of science.
I believe in singing badly.
I believe that God lives in the space between people.
I believe in so much more than freedom of speech, and I believe that it is time that we all took a stand.
This I believe.
Welcome to This I believe. I'm Don G*. Sister Mary Scullion has been fighting to end homelessness in Philadelphia for more than 30 years. She clearly believes that every person deserves to have an affordable housing, health care and education. But she has also come to believe that every person benefits, both a giver and a receiver, when working to help others.
When I was a student at C* University, I began to spend time on the streets of Philadelphia, getting to know men and women, for whom these streets were their only home. The more I developed relationships with them and the more I got to know them, the harder it became to have home at night, while they remained outside. In time, I came to a powerful insight. When we see a person on the street, we can no longer pass by and piously say, Dear **, for the grace of God go I, but rather there go I.
As Dr. King taught us, we are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. In this journey, I have had many great teachers, including Georgeanna Simmons, who lost nine of all toes due to frostbite and who despite a daunting mental illness, was a powerful a* and a woman of great love. Or Joe Williams, who turns her years of addiction into a passion of recovery and now with a college degree, runs a recovery house for homeless men.  
I've been doing this work for more than 30 years, and I've been radically changed. People who have nothing have taught me so much about life and grace, about faith and compassion. Among the lessons they have taught me is that ultimately people who are homeless need the same opportunities we all need, decent affordable housing, quality education, employment and access to health care. Their lives so eloquently witness to the fundamental truth of the dignity of every person. Contrary to our society, which values those who are deems productive and prosperous and often marginalizes those who struggle with those homelessness.
I believe that every man, woman and child possesses gifts, worth and potential. Every one matters. And so, I envision and work for society, in which each person is given the opportunity and resources to achieve their full potential and to contribute to the common good. I also believe that our greatest power is unleashed, when people come together across social bond race to form a community, united by a common vision. It is through the power of we, as our friend and partner, John * reminds us that we come to know the deepest truth of our **. This is what I truly believe. None of us are truly home, until all of us are home.
In 1989, Sister Mary Scullion co-founded the nationally recognized organization, Project Home, which provides housing, employment, education and health care to chronically homeless and low income people. Her ** has resulted the right of the homeless people to vote at a landmark federal court decision, regarding to the fair housing rights of people with disabilities. She was selected by Time Magazine as one of world's most influential people in 2009.

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[Homework]2015-12-04&12-10 当所有人都有家可归
Before we get to this week’s essay, I'd like to take a moment during this season of graduate to thank you for your role in the continued success of this I believe. Whether you’re listening to the essay on your computer in the classroom or in your car, we're grateful that so many of you still value we do here in the service we provide. We're small non-profit organization. And we simply would not be here without you. Please take a moment to support this I believe by visiting this i believe.work/support. Now here's this week's essay.
And this brings me to what I believe.
I believe life is a spiritual struggle.
I believe in being gracious to others.
I believe in the power of science fictions.
I believe in singing badly.
I believe that God lives in the space between people.
I believe in so much more than freedom of speech, and I believe that it is time that we all took a stand.
This I believe.
Welcome to This I believe. I'm Dan Gediman. Sister Mary Scullion has been fighting to end homelessness in Philadelphia for more than 30 years. She clearly believes that every person deserves to have an affordable housing, health care and education. But she has also come to believe that every person benefits, both a giver and a receiver, when working to help others.
When I was a student at St Jesoph University, I began to spend time on the streets of Philadelphia, getting to know men and women, for whom these streets were their only home. The more I developed relationships with them and the more I got to know them, the harder it became to head home at night, while they remained outside. In time, I came to a powerful insight. When we see a person on the street, we can no longer pass by and piously say, Dear there but for the grace of God go I, but rather there go I.
As Dr. King taught us, we are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. In this journey, I have had many great teachers, including Georgiana Simmons, who lost nine of all toes due to frostbite and who despite a daunting mental illness, was a powerful advocate and a woman of great love. Or Joe Williams, who turns her years of addiction into a passion for recovery and now with a college degree, runs a recovery house for homeless men.  
I've been doing this work for more than 30 years, and I've been radically changed. People who have nothing have taught me so much about life and grace, about faith and compassion. Among the lessons they have taught me is that ultimately people who are homeless need the same opportunities we all need, decent affordable housing, quality education, employment and access to health care. Their lives so eloquently witness to the fundamental truth of the dignity of every person. Contrary to our society, which values those who are deems productive and prosperous and often marginalizes those who struggle with homelessness.
I believe that every man, woman and child possesses gifts, worth and potential. Every one matters. And so, I envision and work for society, in which each person is given the opportunity and resources to achieve their fullest potential and to contribute to the common good. I also believe that our greatest power is unleashed, when people come together across social boundaries to form a community, united by a common vision. It is through the power of we, as our friend and partner, John Bon J reminds us that we come to know the deepest truth of our humanity. This is what I truly believe. None of us are truly home, until all of us are home.
In 1989, Sister Mary Scullion co-founded the nationally recognized organization, Project Home, which provides housing, employment, education and health care to chronically homeless and low income people. Her advocacy has resulted the right of the homeless people to vote at a landmark federal court decision, regarding the fair housing rights of people with disabilities. She was selected by Time Magazine as one of world's most influential people in 2009. Her essay was recorded in the studio of WHYY and produced by Elizabeth Paris Luna. It is featured in our latest book this i believe Philadelphia which is available on our website at this i believe.org, and please while you are there, make a tax deductible donation of any size to keep this podcast going for another year, if you've given in previous years, we thank you very much and look forward to your continuous support, if however you've perhaps been listening to this i believe for years, and never before made a donation, now would be the perfect time, that's this i believe.org/support, I'm Dan Gediman, thanks for listening, we'll see you next week.
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