We were stopped at a red light on an unusually cold day. A young man and a little girl were crossing the street in front of us, and I noticed how her walk was so determined, so robust, trying to keep up with the long strides of her companion. It was only when my husband mentioned it that I realized the little girl was not wearing a coat and, in fact, was wearing a short sleeve shirt. In that instant, I immediately remembered an event that took place about a decade ago. During Christmas, our church had delivered gifts to a struggling family, including a very nice used coat for the little girl. Her eyes had lit up as she tried it on, but almost immediately she went into her room and grabbed her old coat. She rushed out the door and as we asked where she was going, she looked back and told us she was going to see her friend next door. Curious, we all followed after her and found that she was giving her old coat to her friend. For weeks, her friend had gone to school in the cold weather without a coat. What a joy it was to watch this little girl’s instant recognition of her friend’s need and her desire to fill it. This beautiful child’s generosity exemplifies that our innate behavior, our natural instinct is to giceive!