Never judge a book by its cover

Never judge a book by its cover. 📚👨‍⚖

This picture was taken sometime in June, 2020 during my stay as a homeless person at City Park in New Orleans, where I met amazing people who quickly adopted me as one of their own and became my soul family.

To my right, Adam Giles, a great human being who has walked the country many times making it all the way to Washington D.C, to stand for a noble cause and against injustice.

To my left, Evan Hopkins, an amazing soul serving God, with the noble dream of one day cruising America in an RV bringing food and plant medicine to the homeless to help them remember their life’s purpose and stop them from living a life of pain and suffering.

The one with the knife, Jerreth Mordsith, one of the sweetest men I’ve ever met and a true angel who would always bring us expensive “French Beignets” from a fancy coffee shop where he worked at.

And finally, Alonso Alvarado, a humble immigrant with a heart of gold who like many, left his home and family in search for money and wealth as a road to happiness, not understanding that happiness has always been within ourselves.

Thank you all for the amazing times and great teachings!

I love you and miss you guys! ❤✨

Dec 17, 2020, 11:49 AM

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