- A young South African lady recently shared a touching story about offering an old man a ride
- In the post, she explains that the old man was so taken aback by her kindness that he kept asking if she knew him from somewhere
- Mzansi was truly touched by the sweet story and shared many sweet thoughts about it in the comment section
A beautiful young South African woman, Ingrid Josephs recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a heartwarming post about how she and her family offered an old man a ride after spotting him walking in the street.
"We gave this sweet man a lift home from shops,on our way he kept on asking whether we know him, I replied you don't have to know someone to be kind! He kept on thanking us, he couldn't believe that you still get such nice people, when we dropped him off he asked if he can pray, he asked God to keep us safe," she wrote.
Locals were left moved by the sweet post and quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of their comments below:
Joey Govender said:
"The old school people are still the best, this new generation has too much greed, animosity and hatred for everyone, the kids of today has lost the true values in life."
Sarie Wessels said:
"I did that and still do. People warned me not to do it as it's dangerous but why should you stop doing good and allow evil to scare you. I'm human, l believe I'll be scared to die on the other hand I believe my soul is free."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, but children really are the sweetest things that can happen to you. A hilarious clip has been shared online of a little one who can be heard saying the most adorable prayer in the world about food and groceries.
In the clip, the cute little one basically asks the Lord to please fill up their grocery cupboards. She then goes on to ask if He can also please send her a delicious burger, adding that she will exercise to burn the calories from her burger meal.
"Thee most sincere prayer I've ever heard," wrote her mom, who uploaded the cute clip.
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