After having few weeks of heat-wave, the rain brought our way some chilly days. Temperature dropped significantly. We reached out for sweaters.
The one thing I recommend reaching-out this morning
is this love story
(money is not everything, you'll see)
Such a joy.. but, I do feel sorry for the trees.
Now; in this story, we came across a subject that truly irritates me: swindlers. Even today, in this (so called "modern") age, we are dealing with false pretenses. People go from house to house, and pretend they are collecting money "for the greater good". Fake charity approaches occur all year round and often take the form of a response to real disasters or emergencies, such as floods, cyclones, earthquakes and bushfires. Scammers will pose as either agents of legitimate well-known charities or create their own charity name. This can include charities that conduct medical research or support disease sufferers and their families. Scammers may also play on your emotions by claiming to help children who are ill.
Using something as serious as an illness or using false story about abandoned children, that is as low as one can go.
Still, giving a donation is the kindest deed one can do for those who really need it.
Have a nice Sunday