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I need to understand.
I was approached by a 40ish woman and her 20ish son in a parking lot last night at 8. She was in her car speaking to me out a window. She asked for food money because they were hungry. I abruptly let her know that I wasn't going to help. Kellie told them "He's mean." We went on with our evening, but I can't help but replay the whole thing in my mind. Was I going to be robbed if I went for my wallet? They were - after all, in a car with the motor running. Or, was I much too callous.
Was this a test of some sort? Did I make the right decision?
Let's make this clear. Kellie is considerably more "charitible" than I am. Maybe "trusting" is a better word.
As Christmas approaches, I want to be the best person I can be. This doesn't mean I have to have my wallet out for anyone who asks - right?
I (we) give. Alot. This event left me a little freaked out.
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