[Trending Now] Homeless Man Pooped In His Pants, This Woman Did Something That Makes You Believe Again In Humanity!
With all the war and feuds going on around us, our faith in humanity diminishes little by little. We slowly forget how it is to be compass...
With all the war and feuds going on around us, our faith in humanity diminishes little by little. We slowly forget how it is to be compassionate and empathetic to the unfortunates, we grow a sense of selfishness thinking we're all that we need to think about.
Our perception on helping those who have less negates, something in the society tells us that they deserve that for being lazy, well whoever told us that people chose to be that way. Not everyone is given the same start off we got, not everyone was given opportunities. For whatever reason they remain to be how they are, we are not entitled on judging them. We're supposed to extend the blessings we get not because it is expected of us but simply because it's right.
And this woman serves as an amazing exemplar as what she did will make you rethink about humanity.
Lisa Lemming Jackson posted this wonderful story that started with her usual routine of doing grocery in a supermarket in Georgia, USA. What happened? Read her story.
"Just spent 2 hrs with a elderly man at Kroger. It started with me just smiling at him, making eye contact .... As I walked past him he looked like he needed something . I went back and asked him if I could help him. Tears welled up in his eyes and he said: I have colon cancer and I have had a really bad accident , if I get up out of this cart everyone will know ... What should I do? " The look of his dignity lost left me with a lump in my throat. From that moment on, Kroger staff quickly fetched us wipes , undergarments and discreetly took him to their employer bathroom Area where he was given clothes."
"He cried and apologized. He said he had to hurry his wife was at home alone. When we walked to the register we found his groceries all bagged and somehow paid for. He cried harder."
"He said he fought in Vietnam and Korean War and loved his country, but up until day he said he thought his country forgot about him. We both cried and I shared with him my own struggles and fears... He gave me words of wisdom and encouraged me that maybe after all, humanity still does care about one another. Today proved it. Thank you Elmer , thank you Kroger and thank you God for the lesson and reminder I received today."
Humanity isn't dead, and it takes each and one of us to prove that.