Throughout the course of Islamic History, there has always been a justified-defined class hierarchy and a variety of ways every class especially homelessness was handled so intelligently. Homelessness and food shortage was definite to zero after struggles and balanced distribution of Good. But mostly in non-Islamic government periods, it has been seen classically, that the poor toils and work each day for little to no profit. Despite how much work they did, many poor were still unable to afford the simple grains needed to provide for their families. Humanity is sharing social good in a real sense. Many who indirectly helped to keep the system running felt their assistance was inconsequential and ultimately futile due to caged systems, consciously or not. Those of higher status leave a poverty gap by policies and leave caged as though everyone should be able to take care of themselves without the blatant aid of responsibility. Every thought says the social laboratory should be the vanguard of social philosophy and social policy interrogating the origin-point of poverty from where and who started it, symbolically, the repository of the national conscience.
The notion of society could not exist without poverty became prevalent and the poor were simply forced into labor roles. The social implications of this revelation were outstanding. A new class of people was forever defined, as well as the need for constant, compulsory relief for “just a price” became part of the norm. It is a human sense to think that ‘decent provision’ for the poor is the ‘true test of civilization,’ the ‘true mark of national discrimination. Those without homes help to build the industrial economy and culture of social good, but at the same time, they are becoming known as a disturbance to social harmony, insane. The issue of homelessness is apparent in urban areas because of the large percentage of visibly homeless people. In contrast, fewer shelters and public locations are available in rural communities resulting in a lack of acknowledgment of the homeless. Rural communities have few public locations for the homeless to reside. Instead, they have woods, campgrounds, and remote landscapes where homeless people are able to live unnoticed. Similar to their urban counterparts, rural poor people resort to a variety of temporary living arrangements in order to prolong housing. A few common approaches to resisting homelessness are short‐term living arrangements, resorting to inadequate housing, and continuous mobility.
The typical homeless stereotype, shared by much of society, is of men who have either spent all their money on vices or are just too lazy to find a job at all. While there does exist a kernel of truth in this stereotype, these people, by no means, make up the majority of the homeless population. Many homeless are just the resultant consequence of an unfortunate, and often unavoidable, set of circumstances and mishandling. Single individuals, both male and female, and family units, many of which include children, become homeless when their source of income is insufficient, or disappears completely, through loss of job, divorce, death, unexpected medical bills, acts of nature, or some combination of these factors. When awareness of homelessness arose, the public had two general perceptions of it; either something was wrong with the homeless person, such as a physical or mental illness, or it was a direct result of the society’s unorganized and wrongly distributed resources. While on the other hand, the political aspect saw the homeless as “well‐adjusted people who had fallen on hard times.”
Children generate much more sympathy than adults do since children are often seen as helpless and innocent. An overwhelmingly large amount of children are out on the streets. Children living on the streets experience many more complications than those who have homes. Streetlife is so difficult for anyone and living without a family after any mishap is much more difficult than anything. Ever understanding after feelings, think who is the reason that employment opportunities of the homeless are very different from those with a place of residence. The majority of homeless people have held jobs at the bottom of the occupational hierarchy. Additionally, if they were to get hired, it is difficult for them to keep up an appropriate appearance for work since most homeless do not have daily access to a shower. The problems the homeless may have include mental illness, physical health problems, and criminal convictions or injustice, all of which make it difficult for a person to get out of their current situation. Mental and physical health problems are an ongoing issue for the homeless due to the fact they often need medication but are unable to afford it.
The knowing focus on homelessness should mainly be on people sleeping in places that are not meant for human habitation or shelters. Narrowing down these qualifications, however, does not eliminate the difficulty of estimating the homeless population. Measuring the homeless population is difficult due to the small segment of society that homeless people occupy and because the homeless status can begin or end unexpectedly. Although some people may spend the majority of their lives living homeless, others may experience it for a short period of time.
In fact, even if it were possible to count all of the homeless people, not everybody would agree that the correct definition of homelessness was used. However, a well-accepted view of homelessness says that if a person falls into at least one of the following three categories they are considered to be homeless.
- No permanent place of residence
- Residing in a shelter or a location not intended for human living
- Living in someone else’s home without a regular arrangement
Not only are the definitions varied throughout the globe, they also differ from region to region within the same country as every region has its own unique homeless demographics. Don’t push or let them in any kind of slavery and abuse. Find them and heal their hearts!
SOCIAL GOOD MESSAGE
Sparrows by morning, live in peaceful nests! Design shouldn’t dominate things, shouldn’t dominate people. It should help people. Don’t spend your time solving your favorite problems, solve problems that need to be solved, generically. A home is a place where you live, and society is a place where your story begins. Honesty shares honesty, as it is honesty’s nature. Stay always in Ablution and get back to the trust you have been, with.