On a busy Manhattan street corner, just outside of a small, trendy brownstone apartment building, the old beggar pleaded with the young man who was on his way to an important business meeting.
“Son, I need something to eat, can you spare a dollar?”
Not wanting to be thought heartless, the young man, not more than 25 or 30 years old, searched his pockets. He found 35 cents among his change – a quarter and a dime.
The young man tossed the two coins at the old man, who gratefully accepted them. The old man blessed the young one