What can we learn from a homeless man?

In life it’s not the material things that are important but the knowledge of love, character and loyalty.

You can have all the riches in the world but if you do not have true friends and family to share that with – it is pointless. Money can buy you happiness but can’t bring you joy. Money can make your life pleasant but that won’t fill the void of loneliness and sadness you will feel.

The person that gives when he has a little is the one that will give when he has a lot. This video is priceless. i was touched by the homeless man’s actions towards his fellow homeless man. No one understands till they have been in the exact situation as you! He showed love, even though he could have saved that money for the next day, he decided to share and help out a total stranger. In the end they were both winners. They both walked away smiling and gave us the opportunity to witness this remarkable act.

Greed and selfishness are the roots of most crimes today. It’s unfortunate that not a lot of people are as selfless as this man was.

Let’s all try to be better people. Give when you can and always try to think about others.

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Author: Planned Departure

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