A homeless dude asked if I could spare some change in exchange for some food which he would purchase on his EBT (EBT is for stamps). I gave him five bucks and he kept insisting on buying me something in exhange. I said no, I can't accept it because that is not what the church tells me to do. I am taught to share with the less fortunate. (I did not tell him he was less fortunate. He then offered me half of the pizza he was eating. He said, yeah, but I feel like I owe you something. I said, no you don't owe anything. He finally took the money so he could take the bus. I told him to save the money he was given from EBT for himself. Did I do the right thing, or the wrong by denying him his dignity? I looked in his eyes, and I could tell he was a good man. I told him that we all need help at one time or other. I told him "Lord bless you brother", and he teared up a little bit. Don't they teach us a Christians to help the poor? I can't believe how many hypocrites go to church, but turn away someone who ask them for some spare change. I saw one guy give a homeless dude 25 cents, when he had a wallet of full of one dollar bills. I just don't get it.