B) Walk away
C) Don't look
D) all of the above
Or would you rather be rebellious and not choose all these four options and give that man something you would like? Choose wisely.
If you choose one of the answers above, then you don't care about humanity. If you do something that doesn't help a homeless man, you will feel a break inside yourself and feel rather depressed because of something that you didn't want to do just because. Go on ahead, try it, go downtown and see what develops inside of your mind. If you don't want to feel depressed, then help a homeless man live and give him something so that he can take care of himself in the near future, give him food, give him change or cash, but just be careful, though, some homeless people have given up their own life to drugs, alcohol, or smoke cigarettes, but that's their decisions. Other homeless people want to have a job and save up money so they can have their own life, these people have thought about their own life as a mistake or waste and then they would rather kill themselves rather than knowing what else is coming to them, so give them help. The government is also helping, that's why there are taxes and bills, to create homes or homeless centres so that they can give them food and shelter. So have faith in humanity and help each other, we are human beings and we are all the same as each other. Let them live because they have made their own mistake in their life or something just cracked up in their life and then they became hopeless and are living in the streets of someplace. I have been in downtown Vancouver and I have seen so much of them out there in the streets, all of them alone, sleeping in corners, going around with bikes or heavy things. Then next I see somewhat a wealthy man just walking along all happy about him not caring at all around his surroundings and not seeing homeless people around him. He just prances along like homeless didn't exist. I felt mad at him and I felt enraged, I wanted to smack him. But of course this didn't happen and I was just trying to get you to think about and see how you might feel. So, choose what side you're on, right or wrong, bad or good, whichever matters, if feel like something is wrong, you've chosen the wrong side. Give humanity a help and give them what you choose to give.
What made me write this is what happened at Thursday evening around 1830 or 1900 (6:30 or 7:30) and me and my mum was heading on over to Little Caesars Pizza and we were grabbing some, well, pizza. We then parked and saw a man sitting on the ground writing something down and his sign said, "Back disabled, please help, I AM NOT JOKING AROUND, PLEASE HELP", and I couldn't help myself think, What should I do to help this man?. I didn't have my money then so we just went inside and bought some pizza, a regular pepperoni deep-deep dish, and headed to the car. When we got into the car, I asked my mum, "Should we do something to help this man?", she asked me what should I give him and I said, "How about the cheese bread we bought?", she told me that I should save it for my siblings and for my lunch tomorrow. This made me sad because we couldn't do anything until my mum pulled out her purse and took out a toonie and then I felt happy again, but then I asked my mum, "Is that all you have?", I felt like asking too much but she said that it's enough to keep him away from the drugs and alcohol. She had a good point and then I headed out of my car and I walked up to him and gave him the toonie and then he said to me happily, "Thank you, and my good brother", then I smiled to him and I waved goodbye to him. I had a smile on my face the whole ride back home, I had felt better then. I felt like something inside me had brightened up like a star and then shot straight up to my heart because I have done something good to myself.
This is why you always help a man in need, things will become better in your life like what had happened to myself once I gave that man a toonie. If you choose right, you will become more carefree and end up with smiles all around your face.
"Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony."