Have you ever helped a stranger? If so, what did you do?
One sweltering day in June, as I was driving home I saw a man walking down the street with a gas can in his hand. I picked him up and took him to the gas station. He said, "bye"......and I said I am staying to give you a ride back. He was so surprised. He was dumbfounded. It was cool and I have never forgotten it. (Normally, I wouldn't pick up a stranger)
Yes, on the way to work one snowy morning I came upon an accident and I got out of my car without even thinking and walked up to the car in front of me that had been hit head on and it was a young pregnant girl who was in shock and crying and all she could do was worry that her husband was going to be mad about the car. I took her back to my car and let her warm up and calmed her down. I never asked her what her name was but I believe that I helped her from losing that baby as as histerical as she was she could have really had problems. I feel good that I was there and believe God brought me there at that very moment to help her.
standing in line at a supermarket, the two older gentlemen in front of me were told that they couldn't use the food stamps they had to pay for their food. (don't know the reason)
i paid their bill, about $30, they were grateful, but i felt great that i could help someone who obviously needed it.
One early morning before daybreak, I came out to my car in the driveway and found a man standing there asking for a ride. I really didn't think about the possible danger it could have been. I simply said yes, thinking how desperate he must be. It turned out that he was looking for recruits for a MLM scheme he was promoting. It is possible he did not even need my help. No harm done.
it was a few days back when i helped an old blind women cross the road. she blessed me
Its always nice to help people out. One time I helped a lady carry all of her bags to her car.
Another time my wife and I helped a lost child find her mother. We saw the little girl walk out of a mall store by herself. We followed her for a bit before we got her to turn around and go back to the store.
by thirdmillenium 11 years ago
Gave money, offered him food, paid for hospitalization......... anything.... substantial or insignificant.
by Citrus000 11 years ago
Has someone that you have never met before come along and helped you out ever?
by BiPolar Bethie 10 years ago
You say you help people through self empowerment, have you ever helped someone with bipolar?Have you ever taken on a client who has a personality disorder? If so do you find your methods more or less helpful to someone with this particular set of hurtles?
by NicholasA 8 years ago
What is something you have done to help a complete stranger?
by KissTheRain 9 years ago
Have you ever suffered from Depression?How did you conquer it? If you haven't yet, what makes it so difficult for you?
by nlclark 7 years ago
Have you ever saved a person's life?I don't want responses from doctors, nurses, or EMT's, they do that on a daily basis.
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