I saw this post on the web and instantly loved it:
The young guy sitting down was struggling with his tie. The woman in the red coat noticed, and asked ‘Do you know how to tie it properly?’ The young guy said ‘No ma’am.’ She taps her husband and says ‘Come to this side [her right side; he was standing on her left side] and teach this young man how to tie his tie.“ The older gentleman moved without hesitation [almost a reflex response] and gave him a step-by-step tutorial; then – afterward – the elder gentleman watched the young gentleman repeat the steps and show him that he had it.
This is what it means to be human. No thought about race, class, religion, education, gender, etc. It is simply an act of kindness from one human being to another because one understood that the other was in need of assistance. This- this is what life’s all about.
Has there ever been a time where you were helped tremendously by someone else? What was the occasion? How do you think things would have ended out otherwise?
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