A way to be helpful to those who have less comes our way whenever we eat in a restaurant. The waitperson does not have health insurance and is not making a lot of money. It may be a second job. It may be the only job they can get or qualify for. Maybe they are poor students. Who knows? But what if the tip is going to them or shared with the person who cooked your food and cleaned off the table or washed the dishes? If you have the means, then think about the tip. Extravagant love is a way to look at it. Or just a matter of sharing your good life with someone who is struggling. If the service is lousy and the food terrible, you might be helpful by telling them so.