A few weeks ago I stumbled upon a show while channel surfing. On the screen were the two sweetest women I have ever seen in my life. They were running a pantry to feed the hungry. Well, outside of feeling all warm and fuzzy because they could do this there was a real premise to the show. Apparently, a woman who was volunteering in the kitchen was an undercover millionaire. She was secretly watching and evaluating what life is like on the other side of the table. What she discovered was not only inspiring but helped her embrace her past history too.
Here is a clip that will pull at your heart strings and make you thank God for what you have.
The show originally aired on Fox but now runs on ABC affiliates and features wealthy benefactors each week that go undercover in the most deprived neighborhoods of the United States. For one week, the millionaires mingle within the community and live on a very low-cost budget; this the very first time doing so for many of them. At the end of the show, the millionaires reveal their identities and proceed to donate a minimum of $100,000 (which they sometimes divide among the recipients).
Check your local listings. It’s worth an hour of your time.