I HATE when homeless people shake their cans of change at me. I get it, you have more money than me, you don't have to show off.
I saw a homeless dude and gave him a dollar. Then I saw a homeless woman and gave her $0.77.
Today, I donated my phone, watch, and $500 to a homeless man. Words cannot describe how happy I felt When he put his gun back in his pocket
The other day a homeless man asked me for some change so I got my wallet out and realized I only had a £20 note. I thought to myself, "Do I really want this money being spent on drugs?" I decided I didn't so I gave him the money
Josh was excited. As his first official duty as a parish priest, fresh out of school, he got to officiate his first funeral for a homeless man with no friends or family. The young priest vowed to give him the most loving send-off, the love he probably missed in this life. The funeral was to be held at a new cemetery across town and this man was the first to be laid to rest there.
New to the area, Father Josh arrived late, but noticed a few workers gathering around the grave opening. The young and enthusiastic priest poured out his heart and soul as he gave his sermon and recited the prayers. His voice was so evocative and powerful that he brought the cemetery workers to tears.
When the service was over, the priest thanked the workers for listening and walked to his car. As he opened the door, Josh heard one worker say to the other, “I've never seen anything like that before and I've been putting in septic systems for over 20 years!"