Sorry Sistren, I can't help you financially.
You should sight that your approach will not help you get out of your situation at all. What will happen when the 500 is finished? If you get a place, how will you pay the next months rent when it comes?
If the doors you have been using are not getting you what you need, you might need to look for other doors. There is some kind of work that you can do to get what you need. The work might not be your desired work at the start, but if you explore other options as you go along, you will find something else to do that will be more pleasing.
I know that what I am saying might be a little harsh, but it is the only way to get what you need. Sometimes people try to do things before the time for it has come. When you explore the doors available to you in the present season, you will find the tools you require to get what you need from the former doors.
Often time in Selassie I's autobiography He speaks about things not happening because it was not yet the time. So Selassie I did what He was to do, until the time came to do something else.
Afterwards it again began to be said by the mouth of every man that the governorship of Hararge was to be given to Dejazmatch Tafari. But as I have said before, since the time had not yet arrived which God had determined for me to become Governor of Harar, on 27th Magabit 1900 (= 4th April 1908) the governorship of Harar was given to Dejazmatch Baltcha, while the Emperor gave me part of the governorship of Sidamo.
Selassie I show I and I,
The Lion of Judah has prevailed
Haile Selassie I, Elect of God
King of Kings of Ethiopia
Every labourer is a father, his labour is his child. Choose your project carefully and achieve it worthily.
Once a person has decided upon his life work and is assured that in doing the work for which he is best endowed and equipped, he is filling a vital need, what he then needs, is faith and integrity, compiled with courageous spirit so that no longer preferring himself to the fulfilment of his task, he may address himself to the problems he must solve in order to be effective.
Rich and poor have always existed and always will.
Why? Because there are those that work and those that don't, those that wish to earn their living and those that prefer to do nothing.
Those that work, that want to work, are not poor. For it is true that Our Lord the Creator sends us into the world as equals, but it is also true that when one is born one is neither rich nor poor. One is naked.
It is later on that one becomes rich or poor, according to one's desserts.
Yes, we too are aware that giving alms serves no useful purpose. For there is only one means to solve the poverty problem. work.
We have said that whoever doesn't work because he doesn't want to is poor. We have said that wealth has to be gained through hard work. We have said those who don't work starve. And now We add that the capacity to earn depends on the individual: Each individual is responsible for his misfortunes, his fate. It is wrong to expect help to fall from above, as a gift: Wealth has to be deserved. Work is one of the commandments of Our Lord the Creator!
If each and everyone endeavours to cooperate and work in as much as his capacity permits, our faith rests upon the Almighty God that he would bless the results for us.
It is not sufficient simply to see and admire the natural beauty and fertility of Ethiopia.
It is our obligation to work upon and benefit from this country whose fertile soil has been granted us by the Almighty God. We have to gain honour and pride for the country.
Whatever the task may be, man may begin it but he cannot complete it, unless God sustains and supports him. If he fails to accomplish the task on which he has set out, having worked to the best of his ability, he is not to be maligned by being called lazy.
Haile Selassie I