If you stand at the intersection, symbolic of life and observe you have the ability to choose the road or path you tend to take. As I stood here, I watched, observed and listened. You hear traffic, you hear those on their cell phones and if you listen closely, you will hear some talking to themselves which is how Anthony and I struck up a conversation. In his self-talking he mentioned that he was praying for his day and where he was headed which was to a job that he recently got. He said that he had been living on the streets for about 7 months and this opportunity would enable to help his future. Anthony of Raleigh said one of the hardest thing is trying to find a way to keep yourself clean and have fresh cloths for interviews. He said that he was in the Navy with a rating of machinist mate similar to a mechanic so this new job would be in a machinist shop so he would be right back doing something that he was familiar with.