It is difficult being homeless, do not doubt that. But if one is forced into a community, and within that community one finds excitement and boredom, joys and heartaches, family and friends—just like any other community—then the thought comes into the mind, “Why NOT be a part of this community?” Then the unjust illegality of the situation just isn’t an issue anymore. The question is: which community is the best fit for me?
Here's a brief list of good things about being homeless:
To be homeless is to refuse to run the rat race.
To be homeless is direct access to help people in need, even if you have little yourself
To be homeless is to live a radical lifestyle, on the edge
To be homeless is to be “bad” in a good way
To be homeless is to be flexible