Humanity is a virtue that is always practiced by few among the society. Some people are just born in a way that they can never see others suffer as long as they have enough to share. This is a virtue that is always taught in churches, mosques or temples that strain to see a society that is free from hate and greed. We all believe that any act of kindness shown to people brings us close to our creator and we get more blessings for Him.
Today, a driver belonging to Hass petroleum trailer has wowed the hearts of many after he showed a kind job to a grandmother. According to blogger Ahmed Mohammed popularly known as Asmali, the driver drove past the grandma who was walking bear foot on the hot sunny day. He stopped his vehicle walked to the nearby market and bought some slippers then handed them over to the old woman.
The kind act made the grandma walk home happily and with ease than never before. Netizens who were thrilled by the act congratulated the driver and promised to reach out to his employer so that his salary can be increased or he gets promotions.
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