While she was inside Dunkin’ Donuts, she noticed a homeless man gathering spare change on the side of the road. He finally came in and began counting his money. When she began speaking to him, he was really displeased.
He only had approximately a dollar in change, so she made the decision to offer to buy him a coffee and bagel out of her own pocket in exchange for his willingness to sit and converse. He caved.
Before she realized she had to go back to class, they had been talking for well over an hour. He then handed her a message and instructed her to wait.
I just heard of a sociological experiment in which a young woman was dressed appropriately and left alone on the sidewalk. The majority of the onlookers seized the chance to inquire about her needs and parental status. Now that same woman was there, dressed in worn-out, unclean clothing. Although she was observed by a number of people, none of them seemed to pay any attention to her. those who did so with a furious look on their face.
The terrible reality of the present is as follows: When will the world become a place where ungrateful individuals just judge others solely on their outer appearance? I find myself wondering about this. Alternatively, why is a rich person’s life more valuable than a poor person’s?