Argumentative Essay On Homeless Children

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As I drive or walk on the streets of Chicago, I see lots of homeless people around; which are often ignored by people like us. Some beg on traffic signals while others are by grocery stores. I see their torn clothes and scratchy hands. Sometimes I see children begging for some money to get food, while some go to schools wearing the same clothes for many days. It is very appalling to see that many homeless people and children live without an unknown tomorrow. I always get a thought that, what is the fault of these homeless children who are deprived so much in life? “Approximately 32% of children are homeless in Chicago.” (“Homeless Youth”). I feel very sorry for these kids and their future; so, I came up an idea that government should have some type of educational program, in schools, such as sports activities, musical concerts …show more content…
Playing musical instruments would also help homeless children to convey the way they process their issues in life. From my own experience, playing music gives the mind a sense of peacefulness and also a sense of belongingness. When I had a music class in high school, I played saxophone, which gave me lots of peace and helped me get connected to the world. One of the most important rules of nurturing a child is to make him/her feel a sense of belonging with others. Playing music can also help them become critical thinkers, since considering that music can give their mind 's sense of peacefulness. Through music, homeless children would develop into a more optimistic and intelligent teenagers. Musicians have to face tough competition, though in the job field because of so many choices that audience prefer, but a little bit of earning can make a great deal for homeless kids. Music is a very good way to express inner self and the audience appreciates it also when they have mutual

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