You Say You Want a Revolution

“Everybody wants a revolution, but nobody wants to do the dishes.”
This is a saying that expresses a common problem of idealists of all stripes. They want to see sweeping changes happen in society and in their community, but the fact of the matter is, effecting change comes down to a lot of hard work. It involves mostly mundane, very unglamorous tasks. At The King’s Jubilee, we didn’t wait for the revolution. We just started washing the dishes over 23 years ago.
Just now, we may be on the cusp of ending homelessness in Philadelphia. I have hope to see it accomplished before I die. But we need much more support.
TKJ has $150 in the checking account. My business is on the verge of bankruptcy. We are two months behind on our mortgage. I am willing to keep plugging away. But I cannot do it myself.