You can't take it with you
I worked jobs where I made alot of money. Enough weekly that I had all I needed. And ine day a homeless man came up to me and asked for a dollar, I made enough to five much more then a dollar. So I reached into my pocket and all I had was $100 bills. Alot. So I gave it one and said God Bless you in whatever battle your fighting(if he spent it on beer, that wasn't my business, he lives in a box and weighed about 90 pounds, so he deserves a break, and I am the judge of no man) TO MY UTTER AMAZEMENT!!!! This man with nothing to his name but his old bag chased after me and said "Sir, Sir I think you made a mistake this is a $100 bill" so I said "you're right I did" and I gave him another one.
My Dad always gets on my case about giving to the less fortunate. But that day in sunny Florida thst Unknown Man restored my faith in humanity. He could have ran ro the nearest liquor store or drug dealer. But he didn't.
"PEOPLE ARE CAPABLE OF THE KINDEST ACTS AND AT THE SAME TIME THE WORSE, I PREFER THE FORMER". I will give until I have nothing left to give. I hoped this helped people realise how kind even the most unkind person looks. Never Judge.