generous customer at sav a lot

generous customer at sav a lot

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good news ambassador

Murray, KY

#1 Apr 22, 2013
I was standing in line at sav a lot on sat or sun, and there was a muslim looking woman or possibly a woman of india with two kids that had pennies out to finish paying for her stuff and did not have enough so one of the american ladies behind me stepped forward and paid for all her stuff, with a 20. I thought that act deserves some acknowledgement, but unfortunately I didn't get her name. she did it, I am sure out of love for another human being, and made me wonder, why I didn't think to do that. I guess I'm just too jaded. that lady though really spoke volumns by letting others see Christ through her actions. I applaud her, and have no doubt God will bless her abundantly.
Right on

United States

#2 Apr 22, 2013
Thank you for sharing! I think we all could learn a lesson from this. The world would be a much better place.
Open your minds

Buchanan, TN

#3 Apr 22, 2013
A kind gesture, yes. But re read your comment. An American lady paid for the Muslim or Indian woman's things... How do you know the Muslim lady wasn't American? Let's truly open our minds as well as our hearts. There are Muslim Americans .
Steve

Benton, KY

#4 Apr 23, 2013
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Florence, KY

#5 Apr 23, 2013
Maybe she was just nice. Being nice doesn't always involve someone believing in god. I'm nice to people all the time, but none of those times are because of any god.
Best answer I can give

Miami, FL

#6 Apr 23, 2013
good news ambassador wrote:
I was standing in line at sav a lot on sat or sun, and there was a muslim looking woman or possibly a woman of india with two kids that had pennies out to finish paying for her stuff and did not have enough so one of the american ladies behind me stepped forward and paid for all her stuff, with a 20. I thought that act deserves some acknowledgement, but unfortunately I didn't get her name. she did it, I am sure out of love for another human being, and made me wonder, why I didn't think to do that. I guess I'm just too jaded. that lady though really spoke volumns by letting others see Christ through her actions. I applaud her, and have no doubt God will bless her abundantly.
I am an atheist and I would have done the same.
employee at save a lot

Murray, KY

#7 Sep 6, 2013
I have worked at Save A Lot for less than six months and have seen at least five or six people pay for someone's groceries who was struggling to or couldn't pay for it themselves. And I'm talking thirty to forty dollars they spent on someone else, not just a couple dollars or some loose change they had in their pocket. It really is nice to see people doing these kind things for a complete stranger. Imagine what the world could be like if everyone just once a day did something nice for someone else. Nothing huge or even involving spending money. Opening the door for someone, letting someone go ahead of you, or a kind smile can go a very long way. You never know, the person you do these simple things for might need just that simple, kind gesture to make it through their day.
Tommy

Kirkland, IL

#8 Sep 13, 2013
God bless her.
Wet boy

Princeton, IL

#9 Sep 16, 2013
There are still good people in the world.
Church Lady

Murray, KY

#10 Sep 16, 2013
Most everyone so friendly and nice in murray,But that lady was above most.God Bless all the caring nice people in murray ky.It like Heaven here

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