These days most people are not interested in getting involved with other people – right? When you are out in public, do you make eye contact with other people, or do you avoid looking at anyone else? Lisa Lemming is not one of those people, she lives in Georgia and came through for a stranger in a surprising way.
I ran over this story which just restored my confidence in mankind. It happens on a common day.
What unfolds next is a demonstration of the quality and bond people keep on sharing with each other, in spite of all the hate and struggles we find in our reality. Moments of empathy, for example, the one that unfolded between Lisa, the man needing assistance, and afterward the store staff, is, to me, the evidence that “mankind still cares around each other.”
Read on, and you’ll comprehend why.
Everything started one day toward the beginning of August, as Lisa Lemming Jackson was out shopping at her nearby grocery store in Georgia, USA.
As she meandered between aisles, she all of a sudden looked at an elderly man, with a tormented look in his eyes. He positively seemed as though he could use some assistance.
As she looked longer, she understood that something wasn’t right.
As she looked longer, she realized that something wasn’t right.
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