Inspiring people to practice kindness and pass it on to others
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I was having lunch at Olive Garden the other day and a young Military couple were sitting near me. I live near Fort Drum a major Military base here in the East.
I decided to show my appreciation to the military men and women who fight for us every day. So I bought that young couple their lunch.
I didn't know what they had ordered and didn't ask. So I didn't know what it was going to cost me much. It for sure wasn't near the price it might later cost that young man in uniform sitting there.
I was driving home and saw a woman walking with no shoes on. I had on a pair of flip flops on and took them off and gave them to her. She said I made her day. I gave her a hug and told her she made mine.
Posted over 1 year ago by Bethany from California
I was at a Sonic drive thru, getting lunch, when I reached the window to pay , the cashier said it was already paid for by the person that was ahead of me, whom gave a litte card to give to me, which said "A random act of kindness". So in turn I left the amount of my lunch for the next person in line. Giving to someone else made my day , and "Thank You" to who ever was in front of me. God bless you...
Posted over 1 year ago by Karen from Chandler, Az
I think that what you did was really nice. I'll definitely do that too because that is so nice.God bless you...
Posted over 1 year ago by Ben from Berri SA
We like this story because the person was giving Lunch to people who deserved it!
Posted over 1 year ago by george and josha from Berr SA
everyone deserves a free lunch
Posted over 1 year ago by King Samuel from Nyzan
What a nice person
Posted over 1 year ago by Samuel from New Zealand
I was at a toll booth in Philly a few years ago and the person in front of me paid my toll, ever since then, I have made it my tradition to pay the toll behind me. Also I was at the movie and paid for the tickets for the family behind me. I did it without expecting anything in return, they were so great-full and made my spirit feel so good it made the cost of the tickets totally worth it.
Posted over 1 year ago by Donna Vaughn from Omaha, NE
the other daty i was in the grocery store and ther were three people in line and boy were their carts full. i had only three things that i needed to purchase. So i got in line and the lady in front of me asked me if that was all i had and i said yes , she told me " if that's all you have go ahead of me and said thab\nk you , then to my surprise the other two people in fornt of me asked the same question . so now i am all checked out when it starts to rain. when i got to my car i notice two elderly ladies with pretty hair doos and they were trying to get their groceries in the car before gettin too wet. so i opened my car put my packeges in the car and got out my umbrella and got them in their car and i put their groceris in the trunk for them. see it does work!!!!!
Posted over 1 year ago by natasha ankudowicz from greenville,n.c.