snooze inside McDonald's where you work and learn that a picture of your dream is uploaded to Facebook.
According to WSB-TV, this was exactly what happened to the 21-year-old Simon Cunes who was resting at a restaurant in Fayetteville, Ga., When a woman who had to deal with her bloody business uploaded her picture with the following "Just another reason to leave Fayetteville. I was at McDonald's in the middle of town and I saw this man sleeping in the cabin, she wrote. "I go and tell a servant that someone is asleep in her cabin and her answer is" Oh, yeah, we know hey, hey, that's good, "and I said" not really, but whatever. ""  In the time she spent publicly Intimidating Childs, she could instead offer him help.After she recently lost her mother and was trying to take care of her son, little compassion would have been a long way to go
moments when my mother passed, "Childs said," I'm very sick to see my picture above, you know, I thought it was a negative thing, and no one would
Fortunately, the rest of humankind is not garbage and reached for Childs to offer hotel rooms, diapers, clothes for him and his son, job offers
In addition, a GoFundMe campaign was set up to expedite its rebirth
While others could offend the woman who was trying to make them public, Childs felt complete the opposite.
"I'm not homeless," he said. "We hope that this story of the tragedy that has become a triumph inspires others to do the right thing when given the opportunity to do so."