Last week, I went to the mall after my tutorial to get some snacks for my mom. When I was a few metres from turning to go down the stairs, I saw a man sitting on the floor with a bowl for collecting money.

Fortunately I had money so I took my wallet out and placed a $2 coin in his bowl. He looked pretty appreciative and thanked me. I gave him a quick smile and went down the stairs. It felt good. When I was small, I wasn’t that financially ready πŸ˜›Β  Clearly I had no source of income so when I felt like giving someone something, I usually don’t have anything great to give.

But as years went by, it is nice to know that I got some cash to change someone’s life in some degree. Give what you have. It is not the quantity that matters but the quality. Do it with good intentions. If you got the ability to give a lot, do it! But if you can’t, no worries. Give what you have. Small things add up to big thing πŸ™‚

That’s my act of kindness and please share yours below!

@doniwblog

5 Comments

    1. That’s true, Mr Righteousbruin9! Cash may be used for the bad intentions but when I gave the money, I didn’t think how it would be used. I gave for the intention of helping him. I would like to give them food one day! πŸ™‚ I so far have given a man a chocolate bar! πŸ˜›

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