It is easy to lose sight of the power of a random act of kindness in a society affected by skepticism and cynicism.
These incidents demonstrate that, as humans, it is only natural for us to watch out for each other, since these little acts of kindness may have a ripple effect across our communities and the world.
Every day, a teenage waitress in Galveston, Texas, walks more than fourteen miles.
She has lost 25 pounds in a few of weeks by taking these four-hour walks. Nonetheless, she isn’t doing this to lose weight or to meet the 10,000 steps per day goal that most fitness instructors would want you to do. In order to pay her debts, she’s taking this step.
Adrianna Edwards currently works at Denny’s. And just to make it to her work on time, she had to get up a couple of hours earlier in the morning and go home a few of hours later in the evening. This is after working a full shift as a waitress, when she was required to be on her feet the whole time.
This is where she met a nice couple who became her friends. While they were eating breakfast, the couple discovered what Edwards had to deal with on a daily basis. She indicated that she was putting money aside to purchase a car. Once she has the car, she will be able to work more flexible hours and fund her own college education.
After hearing her story, the couple felt compelled to do something to help the dedicated young lady.
The wife requested for more ice cream, which Edwards kindly provided, and then she left once she had provided their request. Edwards had no idea that she was about to get the most wonderful surprise she had ever had.
After a few hours, the couple decided to return to the restaurant. The reason they weren’t seeking for more ice cream this time was because they were looking for her.
They had a key in their hands. They went into Classic Galveston Auto Group on Broadway Street after leaving the restaurant and bought a 2011 Nissan Sentra. They gave her the key, unaware of how profoundly it would affect her life.
According to Edwards, the offer was too good to be true.
The couple presented her with a brand new car with no ties attached. Edwards assumed she was being pranked because it was so unbelievable.
‘I was like, ‘Pranks are great and everything,’ she told ABC 13. ‘However, this one is a little bit cruel.’
This car is more than simply a vehicle for her. It opened the door to new and greater possibilities. My first action upon waking up this morning was to open my window and gaze at the world outside. ‘I’m going to check to see whether it’s really there or if I just imagined it.’
The car was still parked nearby.
And her ambition to attend college is still very much a part of her life. Instead of putting money down for a car, she may now start putting money aside for her education. Her ‘commutes,’ which previously took her almost 4 hours, were reduced to 30 minutes. This implies she will have more time to rest and more time to devote to her own personal development.
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