posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 11:13 AM
reply to post by BrokenCircles
If the plan was to pay off random items for random people, then why would she need to see the tickets?
Didn't bother to even read the quoted text from the story did you?
She asked to see the tickets to ensure she was paying the bill for tickets with TOYS on layaway. She wanted to ensure that her act of kindness would
And to those saying "yes give your money to corporations" She didn't. She gave her money to those families who themselves chose to give that money
to K-mart, but couldn't pay it off upfront.
A simple act of kindness and random generosity and the majority of posts are complain it's not "Christian enough" and that the money should have
been spent on whatever.
To each of you saying stuff like that, I suspect you are immediately returning all the presents you bought, and will receive, then donating the money
to your local food bank right?
Because if not, you are a hypocrite.
If giving something to someone and getting nothing in return, not even revealing that YOU did it, isn't an act in the tradition of Jesus, well, screw
current Christianity really.
This thread's OP made me happy. Most of the responses made me sad for humanity.
Really? You can't just respect an act of kindness, you HAVE to complain about some aspect of it? I feel bad for you and your families.