People's blesser, Malcolm X, regrets not helping a family in need

People's blesser, Malcolm X, regrets not helping a family in need

South Africa has come to know Malcolm X as the People's blesser because he's always helping those in need but asks nothing in return. However, there was one time that he couldn't help when he wanted to, and it still makes him sad.

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Malcolm X, the businessman with a generous heart, has become known all across South Africa as the People's blesser after he randomly showed kindness to strangers.

Social media has been sharing his acts of generosity for quite some time, and Malcolm X has his own following who admires his kindness.

However, the generous man has one memory that he regrets, according to a report by TimesLIVE.

A time when he wanted to help a young family in need, but couldn't.

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Malcolm still gets sad when he thinks about the incident.

I was driving from the airport in Joburg and I saw this young white couple with a baby in their arms. They were crossing the highway. I could see they were in need but I couldn’t stop. In that moment my mind was going crazy thinking of how I could help. I took pictures of them to try identify them and then later tried to go look for them. gathered that Malcolm later returned to the area, but the couple was already gone. He took to social media to try and find the couple, but to no avail.

This still haunts Malcolm.

What if I could have helped them and I didn’t. For all the things I do, it still hurts when you can’t help.

This sentiment proves that Malcolm's heart is in the right place, even if he can't always give the helping hand that he wants to.

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