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Thank You Sir For Your Kindness!!

On Nov 14, 2017, I was walking down 128 Avenue by 70 Street, when I fell down on some ice. I landed on my back. I have a walking disability, and it is very hard for me to get up off the ground. As I got to my knees trying to figure out how I was going to stand up, a wonderful man driving by in a black truck stopped to see if I was okay. I asked him to help me up, and he did.

But that wasn’t all he did for me, he held on to me to make sure I was okay, then asked where I was headed. I told him I was just headed to 72 street, so he offered to take me the rest of the way. He told me that at least then I can get in his truck, warm up and assess how hurt I was while he drove me.

ANOTHER GREAT POST:  Thank you so much for your help!

Thank you sir for stopping and helping me. You have no idea what your kindness meant to me, and I appreciated the chance to warm up as I had been on the ground for a good 5 minutes already. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  1. Debbie Ward Debbie Ward says:

    Nice to know that there is still a few decent kind people out there. So glad he offered you assistance.

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  2. Good to know there is still some human decency left in the world!! A little bit of faith in humanity has been restored

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  3. Yay!!! Proof that not all citizens of Edmonton are a-holes.

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  4. Carol Maser Carol Maser says:

    Great to see some decent people still exist!!

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  5. This warms my heart and renews faith that kindness still exists in this sometimes cold world

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  6. Tyler Warren Tyler Warren says:

    This is what I want to see more on here. Too many whiners and not enough shoutouts. Thanks for the post!

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  7. You sound weak. I would have left you for the scavenger birds.

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  8. Thanks to the person that helped you out

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  9. There are still some good and decent people out there – glad you’re ok

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  10. Jean Freeman Jean Freeman says:

    Bless you, good Samaritan

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  11. Love it- Someones mama raised him right!

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  12. Now this is the kind of posts I like to see….

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  13. I love this. We still have great people in this city! Kudos to this gentleman that helped!

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  14. Lois Sunley Lois Sunley says:

    love this story … I too have disabilities and someone even offering an arm or holding a door makes me feel visible and I am grateful

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  15. People will typically find exactly what they’re looking for. If you are looking for the Good, you will find it in all kinds of places… same with the bad… I am happy to read someone, somewhere, listens to the small, still voice inside that whispers, do good!

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