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Love is the Answer
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“God gave me this blessing so why can’t I bless others?” Cesia wrote on Facebook. “Do something nice for someone today and don’t judge them just because they out there asking for money for we don’t know their situation… some deserve another shot.” She continued by saying, “This is what should break the internet.” “We want change? Well, start by making one.” Nothing could be truer. Up next, another story featuring a homeless person in Boston, that is sure to leave you speechless.
What do you think you would do if you found a backpack with $40,000 in it? The answer to that was simple for a homeless man in Boston, named Glen James. James is a resident of a local homeless shelter in Boston. On September 4, a sunny Saturday, James sat among the shopping carts of a T.J. Maxx, attempting to stay shaded from the sun. As shoppers were going about their daily activities, James rested on his backpack, and proofread a letter.
Left The Bag
As he continued to read, James noticed a young man sitting on an overturned carriage in front of the Best Buy. Sitting at his feet, was a black backpack. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary, so James went back to his letter. The next time James looked up, the man was gone. But the black bag still remained!
After some time passed, James went to see what was in the bag that was left behind. What he found was shocking! Inside the bag was $2,400 in cash and almost $40,000 in travelers checks! There was also a passport and some personal papers. For a homeless person that survived on food stamps and spare change, the amount of money in that bag could have given James a new life. James wasn’t that type of person though. In fact, the thought of keeping it never even crossed his mind!
“Even if I were desperate for money, I would not have kept even a penny of the money found,” he said Monday in a handwritten statement. “God has always very well looked after me.” James flagged down police officers that were patrolling the area in front of the T.J. Maxx. He reported to them that he had found a black backpack that had “a large sum of money and a passport,” a police statement said.
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