How neighborly are you?
If you found a substantial amount of money (say, over $100) in your neighborhood park, would you turn it in to the police?
Yes. Life is too short to take someone else's money. I only wish politicians would see it my way.
Well, I am not sure about turning it to the police just because I do not view the police as a responsible entity which could return the money. I for one have never gone to the police when I lost anything and so I would not think to turn anything in to the police either. Taking it and donating it could work welll if the owner cannot be found.
I did see a man drop a money-clip once and I told him about it as he was getting in his car to drive away. I thought about that for a long time because the money-clip was pretty fat ... it wasn't mine though and I don;t like taking things which are not mine unless I have permission to do so.
Money comes and money goes. Karma is karma though.
I won't. What I found in matter of money becomes mine and what I loose becomes theirs. If it's a personal object with identification, I give it back. If the wallet is full, I keep the money and send back important papers.
if i could locate the owner from any documents in the purse would do that and return the money.
if i could not do that i would donate all the money to charity
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