A brief word from children about happiness, empathy and lemonade
Yesterday (January 20) a homeless fellow who regularly sleeps and panhandles in front of the Toys “R” Us store in the 1100 block of West Broadway Avenue was handed a folded-up letter, which read:
Marky: “daddy, look there’s a homeless guy on the sidewalk with a hat collecting money”
[homeless guy in sleeping bag with hat… cardboard sign: homeless, not hopeless]
Marky: “he’s sleeping, he must be tired”
Marky: “can we give him some money so he can buy lemonade?”
Marky: “because if we gave him some money, he can buy some lemonade and then he will be happy. When he’s happy he will buy a house and he won’t be homeless anymore! We can help him!
#childrenarebeautifulminds #positivemindset #helpingthehomeless #inspiration #happy
And the homeless guy was happy. When he unfolded the letter to read it he found that in addition to the sweet sentiments recounted above it contained $100—more than enough to buy himself some lemonade!
Sweet story. Kids say the darndest things don’t they?
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