Thank you for shearing!! God bless!
What a great story. A small sacerfice can make a huge impact on someone elses life.
HAVING THIS KIND OF ATTITUDE AT SUCH AGE IS AMAZING.U R A RARE KIND OF PERSONALITY.IM SURE U R A BORN LEADER.KEEP UP D GD WORK.GOD BLESS U.
I can relate to that little boy. I have seen people on the corners wanting work or money for food. I have gladly given them half of my lunch and a bottle of water and they really appreciate it so much. Sometimes I make sandwiches just to give them away to people i pass by from time to time. Its a blessing to them and to me. Everyone should help others even if its just a sandwich and something to drink.
May everyone do a kind act for others once a week at least.
Truly great story, Zidlore, and thanks especially for the last sentence. I think we ALL need reminders that kindness toward others is more delicious than ice cream!!
That was a great story! You have a big heart!
THANKS ZIDLORE. YOU REMINDED ME THAT KINDNESS IS SWEETER THAN ICE CREAM. MAY GOD BLESS YOU RICHLY. KEEP SPREADING THE KINDNESS IN YOUR HEART TO ALL.
I BET THAT MAN WILL NEVER FORGET YOU EITHER. WHAT A TRU ACT OF KINDNESS.
BLESSED BE. . .. . . . . . .
Wow beautiful story,you must be very proud of yourself,and also amazed by little things that change many people lives,the best example you made it with that man at such a young age,I hope many others including myself follow you same steps to do good things for the ones we love,and also for the ones we are about to love also.
Hey Zidlore, You did a great thing then. You gave a true gift because you really wanted that icecream but you knew that he needed the pesos more than you did. Good for you! ~Aurelia