It may seem hard to believe that one can be homeless by choice. Many people look upon the homeless with disgust.

But this isn`t the case for Casey Fischer. She`s completely different when it comes to the matter.

One day, she saw a homeless man striving to gather money from the street.

Later on, that man entered the same Dunkin`Donuts she was sat in. It was obvious he had only managed to gather one dollar from the street.

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Casey wanted to buy coffee and a bagel. Even though he was faltering to accept it, he agreed in the end.

Afterwards, she offered the man to sit with her.

The man called Chris was in shock. But he did join her at the table.

He started telling Casey that people would always brush him aside as soon as they saw he was homeless.

He also told her that he was homeless because of drugs and had such hate towards himself because of that.

Chris still hoped he would one day be the son his mother would have been proud of. She had passed away from cancer, but he still believed he would be a better person for her.

Time had passed quickly and Casey figured out she had to turn back to school.

Before leaving Chris asked her to wait a little bit longer as he wrote a note for her in an old paper. He gave her the note apologizing for the bad handwriting.

Then each went their own way.

When Casey read the note, she came to the conclusion that what she had just done was more than just having fed a homeless man.

The note:

“I wanted to kill myself today. Because of you, I do not. Thank u, beautiful person.” Were the words of Chris`note.

Although we do not usually realize, sometimes a nice act, a good word and even a smile can be the difference you did not even think of.

Keep in mind that when you meet a person who looks sad, that one person may not be having a good day as you are. You have no clue what is happening to them. But be sure that we are all worth the same love and affection.

We can not all proudly speak of having saved the life of another human, but that does not count for Casey!

She published the event on her Facebook account.

today I went to Dunkin and saw a clearly homeless guy singing on the side of the road and picking up change. Eventually…

Posted by Casey Fischer on Wednesday, May 20, 2015