Yes. Even if it isn't the Christmas season, I do think about them. Oftentimes I wonder how they became homeless in the first place--whether they were driven out of their homes or they took the risk of exploring for a better life in a city and ended up having worse.
I do think about them especially during the rainy season. We often rejoice during times like this because hey it's bed weather - an opportunity to stay at home and feel the comfort of our beds but the homeless do not even have a thing to shield them from the rain. I think this has to change. Something must be done to help them. No matter what they did to end up being in the streets, they, too, deserve shelter where they can feel safe and they can call home.