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  • Published on Mar 9, 2018

  • When A Homeless Girl Begged On The Streets, A Passing Stranger Returned With An Offer The wind blows the child’s makeshift sign, which reads “Homeless and Hungry, Please Help,” and she leans forward to straighten it. She’s sitting alone on the street with only a piece of cardboard to protect her from the cold, hard sidewalk. The girl doesn’t look older than ten, maybe 11 at a push. Most people just pass by, until someone finally sits down to chat – and we find out something remarkable. ►watch the video here :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xV2PY... ► Image: YouTube/RobbyTv ►Story Source : scribol.com ► By : Katie Toon ►Subscribe : https://goo.gl/awGF6H ►Facebook : https//goo.gl/Q5GX7j ►Audio by Scott Leffler: scottleffler.com ►For copyright matters please contact us at: beauty198941@gmail.com
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  • Robert Kertoikromo
    Robert Kertoikromo 1 year ago

    so sad.. giving tax money to all banks and free money to other nations... and we cannot help our own people

  • Steven Midgett
    Steven Midgett 1 month ago

    I cried so hard, I wish that we as Christians would take care of our homeless first..

  • Ronnie Marson
    Ronnie Marson 5 months ago

    I'm not surprised a homeless woman stopped. I am homeless and majority of homeless people are good people, not addicts and Alcoholics. I see it all the time. People with no home, helping out others with no homes.

  • Paul Jenkins
    Paul Jenkins 5 months ago

    It pains me to the very core to see all those potential helpers walking past the young girl without showing any empathy, kindness, or love for this child. What has become of today's civilized society? How can people be so damn cold hearted???

  • Fatimah Shabazz
    Fatimah Shabazz 2 months ago


    NATE 28 GAMES 11 months ago

    I wish there were no homeless people

    WILLIAM EDWARDS 6 months ago (edited)

    Decades ago, my wife, my daughter and I went to a Halloween parade in Manhattan and stopped at a McDonald's on our way to the ferry. When we sat down I noticed an elderly man sitting close by. He was obviously homeless. It was late at night and we were the only ones in there. He just sipped his coffee and didn't say a thing until we were leaving. On our way to the door he looked up, smiled and said, she is such a beautiful child. Do you mind if I give her something? My first thought was to go into the protective mode, but after seeing his face and realizing their was no threat, I said sure. He then handed her a $1.00 bill and said "god bless you". I realized this man was probably giving her all the money he had and I said thank you. My daughter looked at him, smiled and thanked him also. I did not want to take his gift but realized his gift was from his heart. Just looking at the smile he gave her when she thanked him was priceless. That small moment in our lives has touched me for decades. I will never forget that gentleman who shared with us all he could just to make my daughter smile. So now, when I see a homeless person I ask myself. "What's their unfortunate story," and try if i can to help them instead of judging them by their appearances.

  • K. Ganesan Ganesan
    K. Ganesan Ganesan 5 days ago

    Homeless girls...

  • Julius Hutchins
    Julius Hutchins 5 months ago (edited)

    My girlfriend and i used to go to the White House often. We met a homeless lady, named Mary, who kept all of her nelongings in a grocery cart. Every weekend we would go to Georgetown, and on the way stop and talked to Mary and give her money and a care package of food. One weekend Mary was not there, we never saw her again. Im still sad and heartbroken, i missed Mary. I wish i would have done more. I still drop coins in cups, or hand homeless money. I wish there were no more homeless. So sad.

  • Gary Dingleberry
    Gary Dingleberry 6 months ago

    Always pay it forward

  • Cat Momma
    Cat Momma 1 year ago

    Those who have Much,

  • you R Goyim
    you R Goyim 2 weeks ago

    I wish there were no heartless evil greedy governments which causes homelessness

  • Eric Zepeda
    Eric Zepeda 5 days ago

    Shes in a bad spot if shes only making a cup of coffee a day

  • Harliquen Justice
    Harliquen Justice 6 months ago

    To all who know.. You can't understand anything in this life until you've lived it.. If you've never been lost how could you identify with those who are lost.. If you've never had your heart ripped out how could you know what lonely really feels like. If you've never felt the agony of the downtrodden how would you know what it feels like to be nothing.. if you've never been homeless you could

  • Calvin Borom
    Calvin Borom 5 months ago

    She is so sweet looking out for that little girl God bless her cuz even a homeless lady got a good heart fr🙏💪💯

  • BV Bill
    BV Bill 1 year ago

    "If you're in trouble, or hurt or need - go to the poor people. They're the only ones that'll help - the only ones".

  • Sagar chavan
    Sagar chavan 1 month ago

    That woman has a golden heart 💖

  • Clinton Ortiz
    Clinton Ortiz 4 months ago

    For we will be judged by such things. How many have you refused to help when you could? I was twice homeless myself, and once sat with another who was much longer in her homelessness than me. After seeing so many pass by that cold downtown Chicago morning, with her shivering cat clutching to me for warmth, I know something of this from both sides of it. I also know that we have all played both the part of good Samaritan and wicked servant, at one time or another. God help us all in that hour on His day, when our individual Judgment has come. And yet, there is still time to do what's right by both God and man, even right now, even today.

  • Snamon
    Snamon 6 hours ago

    I saw a man, with everything he owned wrapped in a blanket EVERY Morning EARLY on my way to work.Most times sitting up, curled in one blanket. Rarely he would lay on the grass. That did not change when the weather turned cold. But Every Morning I looked for him. I stopped for coffee and lunch one morning and he was inside looking out the window. I Bought two sandwiches and two milks and asked for two bags from the checker. I went to hand him the second bag. he shook his head and would not even reach for it. He did not say a word and when i sat the bag, on the pallet of drinks, he moved down the aisle.

  • Sharon Stone
    Sharon Stone 2 weeks ago

    I always try to help but there are so many and I myself if I were not helping my mother right now who is on hospice am homeless as well but if I have it I help