.Sometimes I think that life is full of hardships rather than cool times. You need to struggle in whatever you do like depending on monthly paychecks, hiding from tax collectors, collecting coins, or repairing clothes to survive.
One thing that is sure is that if you have love, you can make it through these hard times. This is because love makes us strong and comforts us too. Learn to receive and do acts of kindness to all people because it will surely push you far
Most of the time, the lovely and kind actions come unexpectedly and in perplexing ways. Even though not all of us will be lucky to receive a gift, there is a way that we have been demonstrated kindness, however big or small.
I surely have read and heard stories of kindness acts, but not like the one you are about to read, which left me breathless.
Read the story and let us know if there is another one so amazing than it. Please don’t forget to SHARE this story to all your family and friends!
I raced home and called the teenager down the street that baby-sat for people. I bargained with her to come and sleep on my sofa for a dollar a night. She could arrive with her pajamas on and the kids would already be asleep.
This seemed like a good arrangement to her, so we made a deal.
That night, when the little ones and I knelt to say our prayers, we all thanked God for finding Mommy a job.
And so I started at the Big Wheel. When I got home in the mornings I woke the baby-sitter up and sent her home with one dollar of my tip money — fully half of what I averaged every night.
As the weeks went by, heating bills added a strain to my meager wage. The tires on the old Chevy had the consistency of penny balloons and began to leak. I had to fill them with air on the way to work and again every morning before I could go home.
One bleak fall morning, I dragged myself to the car to go home and found four tires in the back seat. New tires! There was no note, no nothing, just those beautiful brand new tires.
“Had angels taken up residence in Indiana?” I wondered.
I made a deal with the local service station. In exchange for his mounting the new tires, I would clean up his office. I remember it took me a lot longer to scrub his floor than it did for him to do the tires.
There were candy and nuts and bananas and bags of groceries. There was an enormous ham for baking, and canned vegetables and potatoes. There was pudding and Jell-O and cookies, pie filling and flour. There was whole bag of laundry supplies and cleaning items.