Once upon a time, in a small town in Canada, there lived a young boy named Gordan. Gordan was born and raised in Saskatoon, Canada. He lived a happy and carefree life with his loving parents.
Gordan was a bright, young boy who loved to learn new things and always looked forward to the next adventure. He was a kind, compassionate young child and he always tried his best to be helpful and nice to everyone around him.
One day, Gordan decided to explore the city of Saskatoon and everything it had to offer. He had heard of its beautiful parks, lively downtown, and amazing riverwalk, so he decided to take a journey and explore it all.
Gordan began his journey from his house, taking a bus and crossing over some of the city’s most interesting thoroughfares. He witnessed some of the cities most beautiful sites, and he felt excited about what he was exploring.
After a few hours of exploration and adventure, Gordan was ready to head back home. He grabbed a bus and rode it back to his house. As he got off the bus and stepped onto the sidewalk, he saw a homeless man who was begging for money.
Gordan was struck by how unfortunate and desperate this man was. He had not eaten in days and was unable to provide for himself. Gordan felt sad. He wanted to help the man, but he didn’t know how.
With a big heart, Gordan reached into his pocket and took out all the money he had. He handed it over to the homeless man and told him to buy food and clothes.
The homeless man thanked Gordan from the bottom of his heart and said, “You are an angel!”
Gordan smiled and said, “No, I’m not an angel, but I believe that everyone should help each other whenever possible.”
The homeless man smiled back in response and Gordan went back home with a smile on his face.
That day, Gordan learnt an important lesson- that helping others is the best thing we can do. He understood that everyone needs help from time to time and that it is our duty as human beings to help those in need.
The moral of the story is to always be kind and help those in need, regardless of who they are or where they come from. We should always remember that no matter how small the gesture, a kind deed can make a difference in someone’s life.