Mom Buys Homeless Man Breakfast, Then He Slips Her a Note with a Shocking Confession

This is really amazing and heart warming story, and I really think that this is the best thing you’ll read today. This is how the story goes – her name is Casey and she went to grab breakfast at a Dunkin’ Donuts. She noticed a homeless man begging for food and money. Casey could have been like all the other people there and ignored him, but she did something different. This incredible mom shared her story on Facebook, and it’s gone viral with more than 120,000 shares… The reason will surprise you!

“Today I went to Dunkin’ Donuts and saw a clearly homeless guy sitting on the side of the road and picking up change. Eventually I saw him stroll into Dunkin, as he was counting his change to buy something I began to get super annoying and talked to him over and over again even when he didn’t really want to talk. Since he had maybe $1 in change I bought him a coffee and bagel and asked him to sit down with me. He told me a lot about how people are usually very mean to him because he’s homeless, how drugs turned him into the person he hated, he lost his mom to cancer, he never knew his dad and he just wants to be someone his mom would be proud of (along with another hour’s worth of conversation.) This lovely mans name was Chris and Chris was one of the most honest & sincere people I’ve ever met. After realizing I really need to get back to class Chris asked me to wait so he can write something down for me. Handing me a crumpled up receipt he apologized for having shaky hand writing, smiled, and left.”

The confession:

“I opened his note and this was it. – ‘I wanted to kill myself today, because of u I now do not. Thank you, beautiful person.’”

People, let’s face it – you don’t need a million dollars to help people in need. Sometimes it’s just the smallest gesture of love that can make the biggest difference. Thank you for reading and don’t forget to share this amazing story with your friends and family. Thank you and have a good one.

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