You’re a true angel, thank you for standing up for our veterans!
For people today it has become every day and harder to help others when they look at them in difficulty. But not always the same thing happens to all people.
There are people like Lisa Lemming who help others.
Lisa was shopping like everyone else when she noticed an elderly man next to her. He smiled at her but when he did not return it he realized that there was something wrong with him. To see what she had approached you.
When asked if everything was fine the man started crying. Lisa then shared his story on social media.
Just spent 2 hours with an elderly man at Kroger. It started with me just smiling at him, making eye contact. As I walked past him he looked like he needed something. ”
“I went back and asked him if I could help him. Tears welled up in his eyes and he said, ‘I have colon cancer and I have had a really bad accident, if I get up out of this cart everyone will know. What should I do? ’”
Lisa told him that everything would go well and talked to the store staff. The employees did not think for a moment not to help him clean up. They even gave her clean clothes for her husband to change and go home.
The man was a veteran who served in the wars in Korea and Vietnam. For years it seemed that the state had abandoned him and Lisa restored trust in the people.
The old man shed tears and tears of joy flowed.
“We both cried and I shared with him my own struggles and fears… He gave me words of wisdom and encouraged me that maybe, after all, humanity still does care about one another,” Lisa wrote. “Today proved it. Thank you, Elmer, thank you Kroger, and thank you God for the lesson and reminder I received today. ”