Promise to Pay It Forward!

When my son was getting married, I had couple of thousand dollars in my purse as I was getting 4 new tyres on my car.

I went into a shop and left my purse there. The shopping centre phoned me up and asked me if I was missing something. Two young men handed it in. I went and collected it and they hadn’t left their name, but I put it in the local paper thanking them.

Also, my dad took us a drive in his first car years ago, the car stopped, no petrol, two bikers stopped, went and got some petrol and gave it to my dad and wouldn’t take the money, they said to pass it on.

I get very cynical of humans, but I guess there are still nice honest people out there. – Pat πŸ™‚


I have long ascribed to committing random acts of kindness whenever possible. One evening I’d picked up a few groceries only to find I’d left my debit card at home. As I prepared to leave empty handed a young couple behind me asked the cashier how much my total was and handed her the money to cover it. I was nearly in tears as I thanked them and promised to pay it forward at the first opportunity. – SoniaΒ πŸ™‚

I went to get gas and while I was there, I heard a young woman at the pump on the phone telling her husband she had run out of gas and had just made it to the station. She said she’d left her debit card at home on the counter and only had three dollars. I went over to her and asked if she need help and she told me what had happened, so I gave her seven dollars to add to the three she had and she was so thankful.

I just remember my car broke down one Sunday after church and a woman had AAA come get me and my car and AAA took me home. God looked out for me and I was happy to help someone else. – LisaΒ πŸ™‚

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