AN UNEXPECTED KINDNESS

I was in a discount store shopping for groceries.  After the tab was rung it was over my limit.

I offered to go to my car and see if I had the balance of $7.38.  The young man cashiering said “wait, Miss,” Miss at my age was a compliment already, “I can take care of that,” he said.

I thought the store was the one to overlook it, but no he took his own bank card out of his pocket and paid the balance for me.  I was nearly in tears at his thoughtfulness.  I told him, “that is the kindest thing anyone has done for me in a long time.”

No matter the amount, for him it was generous, I felt privileged to have met this young man.

I am still waiting for the appropriate way to return his generosity; he has refused so far.

ANOTHER MIRACLE

Not more than a few days later I was shopping again.  I was in line behind a man at the check stand who was buying local honey.  I commented that local honey is good for allergies in the area.   He assured me that was exactly the reason for the purchase, his own allergies.The conversation continued and I mentioned a honey being brought in from New Zealand that was to be a healer for many conditions.  A friend had told me about this following her own chemotherapy and the help it had been.  I must have mentioned that I was hopeful of similar healing potentials.

The conversation continued and I mentioned a honey being brought in from New Zealand that was to be a healer for many conditions.  A friend had told me about this following her own chemotherapy and the help it had been.  I must have mentioned that I was hopeful of similar healing potentials.

When I exited the store the man, Marvin was waiting by his bike at the door.  “Would you mind if I prayed for you,” he asked.  The only answer could be of course. Marvin hugged me and said a kind prayer for my health and recovery.

I believe it has worked I have felt improvement since that prayer.The kindness of strangers is overwhelming. Two saints in one week.  I consider myself a fortunate woman.

The kindness of strangers is overwhelming. Two saints in one week.  I consider myself a fortunate woman.

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