A feel good story that has been making the rounds the past few days is about homeless man Glen James from Boston. Mr. James found a backpack filled with over $42,000 in cash and travelers checks and brought it to the police so that it could be returned to the rightful owner. Not only did Mr. James, a self described religious man, earn himself the honor and respect of the Boston Police Department, but apparently thousands, if not more, of other people as well. Although Mr. James did not expect anything in return, he is certainly being rewarded now. A crowd funding effort started to help Mr. James has surpassed the $100,000 mark and currently, 7:00 PM Eastern time, is at nearly $114,000. If you would like to contribute more to this humble man who in this instance exemplifies the good in this world and how we should all strive to be, or just are curious to see how much of the stated goal of $250,000 has been met, you can connect to gofundme.org from here. The only thing that would make this story even better is if the man who set up the fund, Ethan Whittington, was acting more altruistically, a little more like Mr. James, and not standing to make over $20,000 if the goal is met. Not that it isn’t a wonderful thing to be doing, but hopefully what is done with the funds is closely watched to make sure that it isn’t just a ruse to make some fast cash.