We are often too focused on returning the favour or gratitude of our loved ones, friends and family but how about doing something small for a complete stranger? Should I do it or not? Do I even care? how does it feel? will I like it, would I want to do it again?
We all go through such momentary notions during that one passing moment of should I do it and I did..but that is ‘Just fine’:)..it feels great afterwards and if the thought is right, the result is definitely good…
Some of the best pay -it -forward stories I recently read:
- A complete stranger paid $10,000 so that one lady could have a liver operation that she otherwise could not have afforded. She still does not know who it was who ‘paid it forward’ on the day, but she is forever grateful.
- One lady contacted a hospital to see if there were any needy families that could use some flights which she wouldn’t be able to use. As a result one family was able to travel across Australia to be with their very sick family member in hospital.A handicapped lady had a 10 minute neck and shoulder massage and left money and a PIFD card so the next person could have a massage for free.
- One boy noticed a car was just about to receive a ticket. He asked his mum if he could top up the parking meter to stop the person getting booked. It saved someone a $79 fine.
try it out, makes you ‘feel good’ 🙂