Man, you are crazy. You better leave before I'm going to call police on you. I can't even believe you are doing this because he is homeless.
This man left very slowly, like he wasn't wasn't even feeling shame for what he did.
Fine, I will leave. But trust me, later you will see it from my point of view and going understand that I was right.
After that accident I decided to invite this man for dinner because I felt really sorry for him. He was very grateful that I stood up for him at that parking lot.
And after dinner he told me his real story and why he is homeless.
He got hooked on heroin after his step-father gave his first dose at the age of 17 and his mother started it using it after that too. After his parents overdosed on it and passed away his problem got worse and he started living on the streets. He was thinking about quitting but he thought he was too weak to quit. After his story I decided to help him.
Also we are started being friends with this guy and when I need help in anything I always know that I can count on him and I always glad to help him anytime.
After he joined rehabilitation, his entire world view changed. And after he quit this terrible addiction, he decided to help other people quit heroin and showing that it's possible.
Thank you so much doctor! Because of you I can see this colorful world again just like before.
We can never trust our stereotypes because there is always is a story behind a person we have stereotypes about. Also if you see an injustice happening you should do something about it because if not, the person going to think it's alright to do that.
This happened more than 20 years ago, but this story can still teach us a lesson.