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Comments to article «A Teenage Girl From Russia Saves a Homeless Man, and Her Kindness Inspires Thousands of Internet Users»

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The last time I helped a stranger is yesterday. I came to a restaurant for my breakfast and I saw a lottery ticket seller. He did not approached to me cuz he did not think a young girl like me will buy lottery ticket. I called him and ask: " Could I buy some tickets?". He walked toward to me. While I was choosing the number I want, I was seeing him looked at my food. And then I ask him that he wanted some food. He said " I had already but if you can give me some money for my lunch. I just sold 1 tickets so far'. I almost cried and said nothing, opened my wallet and give him some money. And I also bought more tickets then I thought at the begin. I know it was just a small story and my help was nothing but I still want to share.
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Well.. Im literally living to help ppl, thats my life mission. I still have one very bright case, something I did for homeless dude. It was November 2013. Location - Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Yeah, Im proud Bulgarian :) So I was waiting for the train time to come for me to depart, going elsewhere. There was about 1-2 hours left time. Had nothing to do so I decided to call a friend, to meet and spend some time. Somehow I found her and went to her place. Had no weed, at least some beer. Alright....but the beer soon was over, gone. Had almost no money left and headed to get some more beer with what I had left. And there I saw a homeless guy with holding a small puppy, begging for some money. Everyone else was, of course, passing around him like he was never been there, never existed. So I momentally had that decision - went to the nearest pet shop (good it was really near, cuz the puppy was a baby) and bought two pouches of Pedigree junior. Then I headed to the pizza place and bought two pieces of pizza for that dude. THEN, at last, I went to get some beer. What happened next warmed my heart. Went back to that homeless dude and gave him the pizza and opened one of the pouches. It was hard for him to hold his tears. Well...its the same for me now, even after so much time.. Had a short conversation with him and then, at last, I got back to the friend's place with the beer. It costed me like 10 mins or so and about 3-4 Bulgarian leva, which is half in Euro (for example). But there are things that you cannot buy with money... :)
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