Better To Give is inspired by the timeless tale of a wise man and his young student who come across a poor man's coat and shoes on the side of the road. With the owner of the items no where in sight the young student, in his rambunctious mind, wanted to hide the poor man's belongings and watch his perplexed reaction as he tried to locate his clothes. The wise teacher offered another idea. He suggested the student instead put coins in each of the poor man's abandoned shoes and watch his reaction then. The student did as he was told and hid away to watch for the poor man's return. When the poor man returned he was completely overcome with thanks when he discovered the coins which would now help him care for his struggling family. The student learned a very important lesson that day: It is always better to give.