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True Love Conquers All Thru Acts Of Compassion

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“This is John. John was my Uber driver on the way to the airport yesterday.

He asked why I was traveling, I said for work. He asked me if I was about 28. I said 27.

John’s daughter passed away unexpectedly at 29. He couldn’t resuscitate her. He tried CPR, but he found her far too late.

“I wish I could’ve done more. Why couldn’t I bring her back?” He said, “I’m so sorry for all of this. I haven’t met anyone so kind-hearted, and non-judgemental.

I felt like I had someone willing to listen.”

He patted my forearm and said, “Please never let the world make you hard.

Keep smiling that smile.

Keep being kind to strangers because you’ve shown me the kindness a stranger can give.

You never know what hardships people have endured, especially behind a smiling face like I’ve masked myself behind for so long.

Thank you, sweet girl.”

Be a kind human. Always. Show compassion, have a listening ear, ask someone about their day, smile at strangers, say hi in the grocery store, show small acts of kindness throughout your life, start up a conversation with your Uber driver.

It may mean more to them and help them more than you could ever imagine. ”

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