The Inherent Goodness Of People
Wednesday - October 03, 2007
I want to thank my guardian angel who found my lost paycheck of $ 966.67 and mailed it back to me the next day. I didn’t know where to make a claim or how to stop the payment, and was feeling sad that I was so careless dropping the check from my purse.
Thank you and may God bless you!
I lost my key chain while walking my daily morning walk. I panicked! Luckily a Good Samaritan found it and took it to Foodland. (I had a Maikai card attached to it.)
Foodland called, and I picked it up in a flash. To the person who found my key and made an effort to take it to Foodland, thank you very much. I really appreciate your kindness.
My heartfelt thanks to two young ladies and a gentleman who scraped me off the street and fixed my glasses after I tried to negotiate the sidewalk on the corner of Piikoi and King streets. Seniors cannot always manage a step up, so when I tried, I fell down. My glasses did not shatter, but the gentleman helped me put the glass back into the frame. The three angels were waiting for the bus, so when it came they sped away. I did not get their names. Thank you very much.
One Saturday I got into a car accident at the intersection of Anoi Road and Likelike Highway. A nice lady and her son were the first people to come to my aid to see if I was all right. I believe they drove a Lexus SUV. The lady told me she would give me her information because she witnessed the accident. She had a blank paper ready to go, but then I didn’t see her again. I’m not sure if she gave the police her information, but I just wanted to say thank you to her and her son for their help.
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