Divine intervention leads grandma to create family memory

Maintaining motivation in a world that seems to be getting darker and more gloomy by the day can be difficult. Considering the gravity of the problems the world faces, is there really nothing we can do to help?

Treating people like you would like to be treated is, in my opinion, the only appropriate course of action.

More good can come from small acts of compassion than we may ever know. Think about the story of the woman who, upon witnessing a lovely family, decided to assist them. She had no idea how much her insignificant deed would mean to them.

It ought to inspire people to lend a hand to friends, relatives, and even total strangers. Everything matters, regardless of how small.

On June 8, Joyce Rhinehart took her grandson Blake to Rita’s Italian Ice for ice cream. Just as Joyce and Blake were getting ready to leave, they noticed a family enjoying ice cream while seated on a bench outside.

Joyce shares content on Facebook. “I had to ask them if I could take their picture,” the speaker said.

After taking a picture with her phone, she sent it to the family’s daughter so she could email it to herself. The family thanked Joyce, and she forgot about the amazing encounter until she dropped Blake off at his place.


However, that is not the end of the story. A few days later Joyce received an SMS from an unknown number. When Joyce opened it and read it, she felt shivers run down her spine and she began to cry.

“Dear Madam, you snapped our photo in front of Rita’s on June 8th. Since my wife passed away yesterday, this is the last family portrait we have taken together. It means so much to me, so please accept my heartfelt appreciation for your consideration. I truly am grateful for your assistance.

Never underestimate the power of a tiny act of kindness. You never know; it could mean everything to the person on the other end.

Would you kindly help us promote this message of empathy, love, and community? If even one share can make the world a bit brighter, it will be worth it.

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