- A thankful mother opened up about the kindness of a complete stranger
- Davida Celie revealed she took out a lay-bye on school items for her kids
- Celie went back to inquire about the lay-bye and was surprised to find someone had paid for the items in full
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On Thursday, a thankful mother, Davida Celie, took to Facebook to share how an amazing act of kindness made her day.
Celie revealed she took a lay-bye out on school items for her kids. She went to visit the store again to find out more about her lay-bye and was surprised by a woman's act of kindness.
"As it turned out it was paid up! And the lay-bye was for more than R1 400," she revealed.
Celie added all the ladies at PEP Stores in Long Beach could tell her was the Good Samaritan's name was Sue or Suzan.
Briefly.co.za learned the kind stranger left a message saying happy holidays and Celie wanted to thank the lady from the bottom of her heart.
"God bless your beautiful soul. You have certainly changed the way I feel about life forever," Celie wrote.
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The post reached nearly 2 000 social media users and it inspired South Africans.
Nirvana Rao commented:
"Angel in disguise. Humbling."
Margaret Holl wrote:
"What an amazing gesture, that lady will be blessed."
Mel Gouws added:
"Thank you to the person who did this."
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