People , holiday depression


I agree, call it bullying


heres something I’d like to share today, aN ACT OF KINDNESS / PAY IT FORWARD
we need to do more of this. remember just that one act of kindness changes the world, our world

Waiting in line to pay for groceries while maintaining a 6ft distance, this man cut in line. He didn’t appear to notice what he’d done.

The person he skipped didn’t say anything, just maintained the proper distance.

When it was time for the man to pay he reached in his back pocket and pulled out a small note pad. He’d forgotten his wallet.

He looked a bit disappointed and embarrassed. The person he skipped stepped up and told the cashier they’d take care of his groceries. (Which only consisted of Milk and Chocolate Chip Cookies.)

He was more than grateful. He kindly thanked them and off the man went.

Upon arrival to the register, the cashier asked: “He cut you off and you paid for his groceries… Why??”

“They calmly replied with a smile: “I hope that if one day my Dad forgets his wallet, someone will step up and buy his Milk and Cookies”

With all the negativity going on in the world…I thought it would be nice to share this moment.

A little kindness goes a long way. Why not pay it forward?




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I needed that this morning

our Life is a gift! May you use it for kindness, goodness and to make a positive difference in other people’s lives and the world!












I thought this one was quite neat, for the person thats going through this problem and the care taker too

really hard to think that people live in their world even to the point of not recognizing anyone, those words, “who are you?” is painful, I have a daut in law , her mom is like this


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”This sweet fella that lives across the street from my parents. He checks on them every day and has grown to love and care for them deeply. He rides with Dad to the store, helps him shop and brings the groceries in… he cuts the grass and whatever they may need. Not many 15 yr olds would take the time to care and be there for elderly neighbors. When he saw Mom today he busted out crying and just held her tight… what a blessing and just wanted to pass on something heartwarming instead of the sad news we see and hear every day❤️

Credit: Tiki Edwards

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I sure needed this today!!