In 1992 I owned a store on Columbus Avenue where I showcased handcrafted items made by artisans who lived throughout the United
States. I dont recall the reason, but I needed a furnished apartment for three months during the winter. My assistant found
one, paid the three months (plus one month security deposit) a couple of blocks away from the shop.
When I arrived at the apartment, bags in hand, I was met with the landlord who lived on the first floor of the two-story brownstone.
He was a lecherous round man and I knew I couldn't live there alone with him.
I took a homeless man, named Bruce, who used to stand on the corner of the street where my shop was to the apartment and told
him to make himself at home for the winter.
And pretty much that is how I started helping people who were homeless.
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