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You know, in California, when you drive along the coastal line or when you use any one of its special highways, you’d see vast extending land on both sides sometimes in green and sometimes in yellow.
True, why can’t you just enjoy the land that the Creator gave to you?
Why do you even have to buy or to sell a land that you don’t really own no matter how much you paid for it.
In reality, the land the Earth the oceans the seas everywhere is a gift for you from your Creator. Who would appoint anyone to limit the natural vastness of options your Creator gave you without a lease, without a tax or conditions.
It’s just insane. 🙄
The point is that people talk and talk but you want to see a solution. One solution is just to divide all that empty land among citizens. Why not. Sale is not allowed for any of them. In this way, there’s a protection for the citizen and a right in the lands.
Since the government represent people, then people in reality own all the vast fed land. It’s not the employees who work in the fed gov, it’s the people. They have the right in owning piece of this land. They can build or use manufactured whatever they can afford they would do, instead of being homeless roaming the streets suffering of rejection and depression or others.
Housing is still a major problem for many Californians and may be in other states as well. It is addressed in the media and talked about but the minds that have solutions are missing. There has been only fable ideas with minor solutions.
You need to have a substantial solution that would eliminate the homelessness forever. For this generation and for coming ones, it would be. You need to serve the present and the future both hand in hand, having everyone saying: “You’re home!”