steel trenches: Before his 7 30 a.m. shift at the Shepherds of Good Hope soup kitchen on Murray Street, he'll sometimes stop at Walmart to buy food supplies even with his own money walk by the rabble of homeless, and join his volunteer crew in the stainless steel trenches, according to Rabble. Same story, for 27 years, without a nickel of pay. Tony Caldwell / Postmedia Share Adjust Comment PrintA couple of days a week, Bhagwan Gupta 82, with both knees replaced rises before dawn and prepares to leaves his comfortable west-end home to serve people who have nothing, and are nothing like him. In a selfish, thankless world, he's very clear-eyed about exactly what he's doing, and why he is feeding the poor, if not his own soul. Help ever, hurt never', Gupta said one day this week, quoting a Hindu spiritual master in the Sai Baba tradition. I strongly believe love all, serve all. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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