Little kindness, big impact.
There was a man that walked down the street every day with a hard hat on and his lunchpail headed to work a lady stopped and asked why he had to walk to work every day man explained that he did not have a drivers license because he had bad eyes and he was not able to get one the woman gave the man A ride to work and while going to work she explained to him that she worked for the DMV Department of Motor Vehicles and that if he came in that he would get a waiver to possibly get his drivers license the next day the man went to the DMV and pick up the paper took it to his eye doctor and within two weeks has had his drivers license Since that time the man was able to go to college finish his education secure a good job by at home and give his children the life that he wanted them to have Approximately 15 years later the man was at a soccer game with his friends watching his children play soccer when a friend introduced her mother The Man turned around and recognize the mother has been the lady that stopped to pick him up Tears came to the man's eyes as he recognized her and The Man said that's not your mother that was my guardian angel Tears came to the man's eyes as he recognized her and The Man said that's not your mother that was my guardian angel The Man gave the woman a hug they had recognize each other The men later on explained to the woman that he never thought that he would ever really have any ability to buy a home take care of children in a manner in which children should be cared for because of the inability to get good work without a drivers license and the major effect that she has put on his life by allowing him to get a good job The Man periodically send messages to the woman explaining to her how important she is to him in his life and how the simple random act of kindness's change his life for the better and gave him a life that he thought he would never be able to have the man is forever Thankful for this woman simple act selfless act
Oh I had a most wonderful week-end.
Just for some context; I am autistic (Yes, autistic. Not person with autism or suffering from autism, thank you.), and there is a place for us to spend week-ends at if we pay, so I was not alone. And yes, I am currently a 22 year-old woman, not a child.
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