I love Tyler Perry's movies. He introduced to me the life of black people... the sad moments, the success stories, the betrayal, the discipline of kids, etc... if I really think about it, asides from the history of Black Americans, the family dynamic, relationships, work... all are very similar regardless of the color of your skin. What I love about this movie is the friendship of a wealthy, generous, caring and skin-colorblind white lady and a hardworking black lady who runs a diner to care for her family. I also love the way this black lady cares for this homeless white man who lost his job, wife and kids. When someone treats you well, return the kindness is the greatest gift of all - which is a lesson of this lady with the diner taught her daughter. It captured that people are people, regardless of the color of our skin. Life is about give and take, and don't judge someone for you might perceive of them until you know the story behind that person. We can all build beautiful, trusting, and caring and loving relationship regardless of skin color and culture. In order for any relationship to work, it takes both parties to equally invest into the relationship with an open heart. This movie also captures success requires hard work and the support of your love ones. Yes, sometimes there are challenges to get kick-started, but persistent, hard work and having integrity, it is possible and this is what is great about this country, American has so many opportunities. Sometimes it seems impossible, but being determined and believing in yourself will help a lot. Being extremely wealthy is great, but the best part of being wealthy is being able to help others and to share the wealth. I have watched many Tyler Perry's movies. Madea series are my favorite because I love how Madea doesn't hesitate in disciplining the kids who would turn out to be good and successful adults. This is the most important part of parenting that seems to be lacking in the younger generations today. Of all of Perry's movies, this movie is by far my favorite. It captures so much love between a beautiful friendship of 2 people of different class and race. Anyone who has a friendship like the one captured in this movie is SO blessed. I hope one day, I'll have one like this one.