Did you say major changes? Sure, I want to have a baby, let me go window shopping and buy one. Sure, I will visit the a sperm bank to find good genes. What a silly decision. I made a 360 degree turn yesterday and I am still thinking about the what if situation. Yesterday was Sunday and I left the mass early because the priest is boring. I could have easily changed the situation but I stayed until closer to the end. I did not wait for his blessings. Walking as fast as I could in a cold rainy February zigzagging around people, I made a 360 turn. What made me do that? My peripheral vision saw a person sitting on the cement outside the mall. Meet April in February 3, 2013. I asked are you ok? Then she started crying. She’s a new face in the block. I recognize most of the street people in Metrotown Mall. April made a wrong decision last night according to her, was accused of lying and hates being called a liar. She left the facility where she stayed for two months to change her life, slept on the street last night and unfamiliar with the city. She came from the Island, up north of BC. The time was about 2 pm. All of this happened out of a blue, don’t ask me why I paid attention to this stranger. I don’t like WHY question. Therefore, I did not ask April the why question. Did I make a conscious decision to help her? Yes or No? No. Did I hesitate? There was no hesitation in my part, I just acted. She needs a place to stay for one night; she’s looking for the Aboriginal Lodge. I’ve asked April only one thing. April, I want you to pray to your God to help us find you a place. She sheepishly said yes with a worried look on her face. Skipping all the details, I found her a place to stay by 7:30 pm. An emergency shelter. We were wet, shaking like a leaf, tired, cold. We shared a cigarette before we parted and made sure she was inside this beautiful blue looking mansion in a residential area that I’ve never thought it existed closed by where I live. This is in response to Daily Prompt: Changes. Come and join us, it will change your life.