The next time you are approached by a homeless person and asked for spare change, give them a few dollars and stay and talk with them for ten minutes or so. It’s important that they are reminded that they are only one good decision away from a better fate, and just as important that you are reminded that you are only one bad decision away from theirs.
June 7, 2013
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