Teamwork makes the dream work may very well be the saying that can restore humanity. It shows the unity and kindness in people when they come together to help someone or something in need.
For example, ERA (Malaysia) took to their Facebook page to showcase a group of Malaysians at a food court, helping a cleaner pick up fallen plates, cups and utensils, after his cart had overturned.
Pekerja lelaki yang mengutip pinggan di food court membawa troli yang penuh pinggan, gelas dan talam tiba-tiba hilang imbangan dan terbalik.Pelanggan-pelanggan sekitar tempat kejadian bingkas bangun dan membantu pekerja tersebut. Tak sampai 2 minit semua peralatan dapat dikemaskan semula.Semoga Allah membalas kemuliaan hati mereka dengan memberikan rezeki yang berlipat ganda.Kredit : Razaligh Hamzah #SharERA
Posted by ERA (Malaysia) on Sabtu, 22 Ogos 2020
They wrote, “A worker picking up plates at a food court and pushing a trolley full of plates, glasses and trays suddenly lost it’s balance and overturned. The customers around the scene were resilient to get up and help the worker. In less than 2 minutes, all the utensils were picked up. May Allah reward the glory of their hearts by providing them with abundant sustenance.”
A mess of utensils could be seen on the floor, in the video, as people gathered around it. They all picked up the plates, glasses, forks and spoons and placed them back into their tubs and onto the trolley, easing the burden of the cleaner.
Thanks to the number of helping hands, the fallen utensils that seemed like a huge mess was cleared up swiftly, proving that problems can easily be fixed when others show kindness.
A major kudos to everyone that helped the worker when many would have just stared.
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