Homeless and Capable.
A life without music seems almost unimaginable. As soon as I’m in my room, I’m scrolling to set the mood… even if I’m just eating a pot noodle. Listening to it and creating it, appreciating music is a privilege, and it’s taken for granted. And for some of those at risk of homelessness, it’s just what they needed. Homeless centre handyman Manwell Wilson, or Manny, went from fixing up a neglected piano in a youth centre a year ago to creating a makeshift studio to nurture homeless young peoples’ passion for music. It’s not quite there yet and they’re still in need of more equipment, but it’s a growing project and should serve as a testament to those basic and necessary principles that we really can’t do without: humanity and generosity.Read Original Story