A five-year-old named Josiah Duncan was at a Waffle House outside Montgomery, Alabama a few weeks ago, and saw a homeless guy sit down at a table.
Apparently he’d never seen a homeless person before, because he asked his mom why the guy was so dirty. And he got upset when she told him he was probably hungry, and no one had waited on him yet.
So he told her THEY needed to make sure he got something to eat. And once she agreed, he walked up to the guy’s table all by himself . . . brought him a menu . . . and said his lunch was covered.
At that point, the guy thanked Josiah’s mom, and said just a plain hamburger would be fine. But she insisted he could get more than that. So he asked if he could get bacon on it too, and she told him to order as much bacon as he wanted.
Then right before he took a bite, Josiah asked if he could sing a BLESSING for him. The homeless guy started crying . . . Josiah’s mom started crying . . . and so did a bunch of other customers.
She told the local news it’ll always be one of her proudest moments as a parent.