Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
I was fortunate enough to find the envelope. I opened it up anticipating a lottery ticket with a prize of several million dollars. But I snapped back to reality and found some change that was just as good. I took the money and provided a homeless man who stands on the Fullerton exit everyday as I make my way to work, with some food. He was so grateful and it made my day too.
We always take the change we find on the ground for granted because we feel it's too small to get us anywhere. However that change changed an individual's life, even if it was just for that moment. Thank you and I am so grateful I was able to be a part of this process.
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Thank you for the loose change. It was put to a good use; one week I was having lunch and forgot my bank card. I wanted a soda and chips with my sandwich and suddenly I remember the wonderful gift; and my lunch was complete. I just want to say that the world is a better place when you know that giving from the kindly of heart always bring blessing to those who give and for those who receive will pass on the blessing to other.
Thank you and may God continue to bless you.
I found your envelope at the barnes and noble where I work in chicago. I ended up buying a cookie for our local streetwise vendor. He said he was going to share it with his granddaughter when he got home.