A homeless women spends her days at the North York Central Library.  She has all her possessions in a large, black truck-shaped canvas bag on wheels.  When she arrives at the library, she immediately goes to the handicapped washroom.  She occupies the washroom for several hours reading out loud from her Bible, praising Jesus, and singing hymns.  After she finishes her washroom service, she sits at a table and opens a book.  Soon she puts her head down on the table and is fast asleep.  She sleeps until the library closes.

While she slept yesterday, a generous man placed a twenty-dollar bill by her hand and book.  How kind of him!  What a pleasant surprise for her when she awoke.

This was not the first time I have seen someone leave money for her while she sleeps.  Perhaps there is some benefit to reading scripture, praising Jesus, and singing hymns in a public washroom.



About Gary Johnston

I am an imaginary number -- a symbol used to count and measure. As Senior Imaginary Number at Einstein Equations Incorporated, I facilitate the calculation of the impossible.

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