Simple 2

by keb

While I was driving about, I saw a man who was crossing the street. When he reached the curb he saw there was an empty soda cup in the gutter.

In one swift movement he picked it up and went his way, no garbage can immediately in sight.

His act was simple, but it was not earth shattering.  I would like to think this display of giving, by taking care of his surroundings, is a hint of this gentleman’s attitude in general. I don’t know this man, and may never see him again, but I know somewhere he is giving something.

How is it that our simple acts direct our overall attitude?