Stories of Kindness from Around the World

Damsel In Distress.

--by 4abetterworld, posted Dec 24, 2022
I saw a woman in her 30's crying on the street and asked if everything was OK. She tearfully nodded and put her hand to her back and headed towards the surgical clinic which was close by. It looked like she was in severe pain. Since she wasn`t looking for any help, I silently wished her well.

I had my appendix removed when i was in my 20's. The pain was so bad it was hard to walk and I got a bit tearful and dizzy, but the passers-by just ignored me or gave me strange looks and quickly walked on. Since then, if I see another woman crying in a public place (and I have actually seen a few over the years!) I make a point of asking them if they are OK and need help. Usually they will say " No thanks,  it`s OK" but I think it is important to at least ask. May we all look out for our sisters in need! 
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Readers Comments

Rajni wrote: Inquiring and wishing well being for others is a very good practice. God listens to our heartfelt prayers and sends help. Your compassionate heart did a very good job.
DANCE wrote: Thank u for caring
mindyjourney wrote: Thank you for reaching out to the crying woman. You just never know and it’s good to ask.
Mish wrote: Well done. Bless πŸ™
fairykats wrote: Too right!
butterkind wrote: Absolutely! I like the wisdom and positivity you derived from your experience and expressing it kindly. πŸ™πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ™πŸ»
Novice50 wrote: Wow - what a beautiful demonstration of love and kindness. Thank you.
unknown wrote: You wanted to give what you didn't receive. Thank you for being the change. God bless <3

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