She turns, startled.
“Would you like a bagel?”
She frowns at the stranger. “I don’t even know you.”
He shrugs but he’s smiling and it’s a nice smile. Bright and friendly.
“You don’t me now,” he says. “But maybe, if you let me get you a bagel, you could.”
Beware she says as she wraps a scarf around the young woman. Be afraid not of the skyscrapers and the cars. Be afraid not of the loud sounds and bright lights – no. Beware of the people around you. Beware of their words and their actions because not everyone will have your best interests in mind. But most of all, beware of those who will make a…[Read more]