The homeless are the ones too often forgotten. Homeless men, women, and children face the stigma of being called drug addicts and criminals. Yet, so many of the homeless in the United States are veterans, single mothers who have lost their jobs, or simply folk who have fallen onto a string of bad luck. One of the harshest realities the homeless face isn’t the absence of food or shelter — it’s being invisible. How often do you walk by a man or woman with a cardboard sign on the street and don’t think twice? We’ve all done it, perhaps it’s a sign of the times, or maybe we just need to start seeing the homeless differently.