Hope has always been there and the present pandemic isn’t devoid of the same. If you have truly encountered divinity somewhere in your life, that has been served by human beings who are manifestations of God. Well, a few tales of those embodiments will strengthen your belief firmly than ever. These incidents prove how humanity prevailed over the crisis-
A benevolent move to the doorstep
Kindliness never finds a reason when it comes through gentility. And that’s what happened when writer Author Maureen Johnson shared a heart-rendering story taking over to Twitter, that reveals how one local company from Castle Garden Center, stood beside her parents after they came to know that the old lady (Mary Johnson) didn’t go out in the past weeks.
As a delivery driver came to her home to fulfil her ordered flowers, they also supplied four bags of groceries along with cooked meals. Later on, Johnson told The Inquirer, “That guy, he touched my heart so deeply. Words can’t express how I felt when he took those groceries out of the car.”
The hero behind the story was Dan Owarzani, who’s an aged retired postal worker(72) to refuse money after the act of benignity. He said, “anything to make someone smile.”
A compassionate reward for courageous souls
A pair of nurses who are reportedly mother and daughter (Uchenna and Ona), travelled all the way from Arkansas to New York to rescue lives amidst the outbreak. The brave duo was then called by Jimmy Kimmel and Courteney Cox into a show this week. The generous minds who served 12-hour shifts in the ICU, however, got their surprise as the celebs ordered 100 pizzas from F&F pizzeria in Brooklyn to treat their entire team of healthcare staffs!
A startling handout to the vitality
John Cena recently paid a visit to his 7-year-old fan’s residence, namely David Castle to celebrate his birthday in Odessa, Florida, who brought “lots of goodies including two WWE title belts, signed T-shirts, a signed program, signed bobblehead, hat and some of his armbands,” as the kid’s mother explained to WFLA News Channel 8. The child has been fighting Wilms tumor, a rare kidney cancer to affect children primarily.