By Lynn “L. Michelle” Lifestyle Contributor@L.Michelle,| LifeStyle
I recently saw kids huddled together last night around 7ish. I was about to get out my car when these two kids started walking toward my car. I was on business so I had to get out. By then they were right by my car passenger door. I got out and walked around my car and I watched them watch me. Then…They said, ma’am, we need $5 dollars to get on the train we short. I said let, me get back to you when I handle this business. I went in where I was going. When I came out they ran back when they saw me get in my car and stood feet from the door watching me. Now, to most that would be very intimidating and alarming and it was. But I kept my eyes on them as they watched me. I Got out walked around the car gave them the $5 dollars. I then told them “y’all better not be out here on nothing bogus,” Do the right thing! I urged- The girl said, “yes ma’am,”.. and I heard her say as she got the money and walked away. “cool got it, Let’s go,”.. and they started walking toward the train…
Here’s the moral of the story…. As for me… When I encounter anyone asking for help.. if I can, I usually do. I don’t judge or worry about the true intention of the beggar. My own intention and heart is pure when I share whatever it is.. and, let the intention of the ill-intentioned fall where it may!
I ALWAYS PAY ATTENTION TO SAFETY FIRST! Other than that for all you judgmental, nose upturned, memorized the bible but don’t, live it, ” holy rollers”, in the bible even Jesus asserted himself among the disadvantaged, the drunks, whores, thieves, etc etc to witness to them….isn’t that right? Well, why do you judge who and what you support.. in my story I thought that could’ve been, my kid out, there stranded needing $5 dollars to get home.. and thank GOD that someone came along who pushed past the intimidating factors to help him..or even your kid!! Come on, folks. Judge not or cast the first stone!!!! (LMJ)
Lynn or L.Michelle is a inspirational motivator who tries to help others improve their lives. She uses her past, in which she had to overcome obstacles and personal struggles to become stronger. L.Michelle has strong ties to The Chicago Social Justice Community and also the National Social Justice Movement. L.Michelle is committed to messages based on principles of self-determination and social uplift with concentration on women’s issues around the world.For questions or to reach L.Michelle you can email Black America World News at firstname.lastname@example.org or on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lynn.michelle.18041