Ol argedco luciftias wrote:Does she even think about that the gods she pretends to be representing have seen her the whole time being a rat, and they aren't just going to let her get away with it.
That's fine, she's probably back in the park drinking another gallon bottle of vodka, like she used to. Trying to sell a twig wrapped in a circle and call it a bracelet to get enough shekels for another vodka bottle. Reminds me of a homeless guy who was trying to sell me a blunt wrap for $5, and I was saying "I don't even smoke" he wouldn't leave me alone until I told him I didn't have any money because it's wednesday and I get paid on Friday.
Should have told him to fuck of loudly.
I know this wasn't written to me, but I have something to add.
It's really NOT a good idea, to tell anyone to fuck off. Not just homeless people, but even "regular" looking people.
With homeless people, many have mental illness and may also carry a concealed weapon.
They have nothing to lose.
Many are desperate for money for drugs, alcohol, or just have a beef with people who are not homeless. They may have the attitude that the world is against them. Once they have stabbed or shot you, you're injured badly and have to deal with that pain and discomfort. They go to jail, get a cot, 3 hot meals, a shower...no skin off their back.
They may also be seasoned street-fighters. Don't let them get to close to your physically, if you can help it. They can get real aggressive, real fast, when you say no. If they think they can rob you, or scare you (and further physically attack you) they will. Maybe you live in Europe and these beggars are gypsies. They work as a tribe and a gang. They will remember your face, and give you lots of trouble. Or follow you.
In Europe, one single gypsy may come begging you for money, even calling you "sister" or "brother" and acting pathetic and making you feel sorry for them. They are able to tell the tourists and visitors from the locals, based on clothing, mannerisms and seeing a new face. Even if you speak the native language fluently, and were born there. But came back for a vacation.
You pull out your spare change or wallet, suddenly a dozen come out of nowhere. They have their tactics, from pulling down a woman's or man's pants or skirt if that person had shopping bags. Then these beggars (usually dirty kids) take off with the purse and shopping bag.
Gypsies (many of whom are seasoned thieves and are small, short children) may carry a sign and come up to you, tugging at your arms and legs while holding up the sign and you are distracted. They have extremely quick fingers and will take your purse, wallet, phone, any valuables.
To say nothing of the classic "bump" into you and relieving you of your wallet, passport, money, phone, etc. Especially in the Middle East where women wear the full length burkha all in black. By the time you chase them and catch up to them, they do not have your belongings anymore. They work in teams and it has been passed to someone else in the crowd. Likely, another woman wearing a full length burkha in black with only a small slit for their eyes to look out of.
In my city, there are neighborhoods where there are gang related stabbings, shootings, even one person using a hatchet in the business district downtown.
One woman in a popular nice drugstore, unprovoked, without even speaking to the victim, pulled out a knife and stabbed a woman next to her. This perpetrator was well-dressed, actually attractive physically and now she is in jail.
I don't want to be fear-mongering here but I really had to share all the above. Better to be civil, polite, and not escalate a conversation to a confrontation, to worse.
Yes, doing the Aura of Protection will help immensely, your intuition will save you if you listen and pay attention to it, without hesitation, and Satan and our Guardian Demon/ess are looking out for us.
Being brash, careless and rude is unwise in these times. Better to be polite but firm, and not hostile but civil.
Don't give yourself trouble and don't give more work to Satan and the Gods when you can prevent the trouble in the first place.