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Chivalry Beats in The Heart of a Homeless Man

Chivalry does live and it lives in the heart of a homeless man in Mo. Do you ever think about winning the lottery?

Do you ever say something like, "If I won the lottery, I would help a lot of people."?

Isn't it strange how we think about giving after (we) get money? Watch this I think it will make your day and refresh your faith in mankind...

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  • Active Member

    HI Sandy and Merle,

    Thank you both for reading and sharing. I know his response was so spot on wasn't it? I love it too. Your right Merle, it does show there are good ones out there to bad we don't have more of those types.

  • What a wonderful story, Susan.  I love the man's reaction to the publicity he got for doing the right thing. Will share! Blessings!

  • Excellent Susan and just goes to show you there are some good ones in this world.  It would not let me click in the comment box again to leave a comment. !!  Thanks for sharing.

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    Hi Terri,

    Thank you so much. Yes I thought the video was wonderful. Then he shared the insight that I have wondered about too as to what shape we are in that it should be such a shock to the world when someone does do the right thing.

    But it does give us hope seeing this :) and that's why I wanted to share it.

  • Top Member

    Susan this is an inspiring post and the video was so good. He was homeless and gave the diamond ring back to it's rightful owner. Honesty is always the best policy and it definitely paid off for this man. Shared via Syndication Automation, Google plus and Pinterest. I posted it on the Syndication Express blog and it will get massive exposure in all my groups on Facebook. Thank you for sharing it in the community. I thoroughly enjoyed reading your post and I love how your blog looks. Keep up the great writing  Susan. I'm glad to have you in the community.

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