Ordinary People

He now works full time for a council housing company. He left school early. He didn’t get on well with his family. Before, he had worked hard a par-time and managed to save up more than 15,000 euros. His sister, who owned a real estate agency, advised him to buy and run a hotel. Unfortunately, something went wrong and he failed. He then sold off his business at a loss and started looking for a job.
He has a sens of humor and he makes me laugh a great deal. He hates violence and sometimes tells me there are some residents who abuse him. However, he never let himself be pushed around.
When his little blue eyes start shining, I know he’s about to make a joke.
He’s a good-looking blond-haired man and he’s a bit stocky. He has a lot of strength which he needs to do the dayly housework. Cleaning with a hose pipe, vacuuming, taking out garbage. Sometimes, some old ladies and handicapped persons ask J. to do the shopping as well as other chores for them.
J. is an easygoing guy, very helpful and fully aware of what’s going wrong in the world. ´There’s always something to worry about.´ However, he told me, there is still much hope for changes if people focus on solidarity.
J. is seldom wrong when it comes to finding remedies. ´Selfishness may bring about social unrest and cause society to collapse’ J. declared.

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