Two months ago I left a post office and an elderly man asked me outside for some money to buy him lunch. I honestly only had a credit card on me and was obviously not taking a stranger in my car to lunch. I help out with my church all of the time and we always support the local food cupboard and men's shelter. I know this man could be helped. He might of wanted this money for drugs or alcohol, who knows. What would you do besides telling him where the nearest shelter was?
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