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I was walking my bike home after getting a flat tire three miles away. Of course, I ddin't have anything with me to fix it and it would have taken about the same time for me to replace it anyway as to walk home, so I was feeling sorry for myself. As I neared the grocery store, I decided to get some groceries before walking that last mile uphill. A homeless man on his own bike approached me to talk. He had just gotten out of prison and couldn't find work. I offered to buy him some food when I was at the store. He refused my offer because of the prices at that particular store (which are high) and asked if I would consider buying him something from the convenience store instead. I brought him a hot dog with the works, some donuts and juice. The smile on his face made it worthwhile and definitely improved my day!

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