"Go and do likewise" appears to be such a simple request. Yet how many of us attempt to be good Samaritans in our daily lives? Yes it's easy to bring socks and toiletries to donate. It certainly takes commitment to participate in our food pantry. However, for me, it takes a pre-planned personal commitment to address the homeless people I connect with on an almost a daily basis in Albuquerque; whether in Nob Hill, Downtown, or as close as Coors & Montano. In the past, how easy is was to look away; simply say "I don't have any change" and continue on my merry way. Once I changed my attitude, and in some ways, my fears; I now make sure I do have change or small bills always available. In the case that in reality I actually don't, I no longer turn my head, and simply recognize the stranger as a fellow compatriot in this journey of life. Random acts of kindness can truly make a difference in our daily lives.