A man took his popsicle cart and went to the streets of Chicago to do what he had been doing for more than twenty years.
He stopped selling popsicle for some time, but when his only daughter passed away, he had to take care of his grandchildren and his wife, who was sick.
Touched by that, someone decided to create a campaign on the internet to raise money, in order to donate it to the man, so that he could rest from so much work.
Now he has a good economic aid, but he said that he likes to work and will keep going to the streets to sell his popsicles.
Observação: A regência do verbo STOP pede que o próximo verbo esteja no gerúndio ou no infinitivo, porém há uma diferença. Stop + gerúndio indica o encerramento de uma ação, enquanto stop + infinitivo indica uma interrupção momentânea da ação. Por exemplo:
Stop smoking = parar de fumar
Stop to smoke = parar para fumar