- A young woman recently shared a touching story about how a job search and a good deed worked out in her favour
- In the heartwarming post, she explains that she had been looking for work when she met an old man who needed some food, which she gave him
- Many headed to the comment section to commend her for doing good and also wished her well after the interview call she got soon after helping the man in need
A young woman, Megan Christoffels, recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share how a good deed ending up helping her greatly. According to her post, she had been job searching when she came across a man who needed food.
Using her last cash, she bought food for both of them. After hearing that she was desperately hunting for a job, the hungry man offered her his thoughts and prayers. The very next day she was called for an interview.
"An uncle in crutches asked me if I could get him something to eat as he had been at the clinic whole day and has still a long way home. So I had only R10 after making copies of my CVS... So I bought a half loaf of bread and a few slices of french polony...
"As I came out said come let's eat. I made me a 2 slice and gave him the rest... So as I walked away he called me back and said... "Miss thank you for this meal, I know God will put your CV in the right hands and you will find the job you deserve." I replied and said Amen. Today I received a call I have an interview tomorrow," she wrote gratefully.
Overcome Stayers had this to say about the touching post:
Lahlang Somo said:
"May God go before you and with you, I wish you the best of luck."
Kudzai Mhepete Chituku said:
"Some have entertained angels and not known. Good luck love."
In similar touching Briefly.co.za stories, a local man from Soshanguve, Pretoria with the Twitter handle @justicemahole3 recently decided to take a leap forward and start his internet provider business - an internet café. Taking to Twitter, @KasiEconomy shared the news, also looking for people to support the young man.
"This young man from Soshanguve, Pretoria opened his own Internet Café business in a shack. Please retweet. Let's make him famous," the page captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
Many people obviously found the post super inspiring, liking it over 9 000 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share how motivated they were by the young man who is fearlessly pursuing his dreams.
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Source: Briefly News