What can YOU say in six sentences?
We passed a middle-aged woman sitting on a curb downtown, hunched over her bible; she rocked back and forth as she read the scriptures loudly to herself.
The woman was oblivious of everyone and everything around her.
As we walked by, her musty clothes wrapped the smell of the homeless around us; we hurried by.
On the Strip, a man lay motionless under some shrubs, we slowed down, "Is he breathing?"
"He's probably just passed out drunk, or on drugs," we hurried by.
'Don't get involved, you can't help them all, it's none of our business, hurry by."