Times are difficult now and most of us are working hard to make ends meet. But, in the midst of the hardship, there are those out there who always put others first. We always see so much negativity being shared, hence, it is good to hear and read about some kindness being done by our fellow Malaysians.
A Grab delivery rider’s act of kindness caught the eye of Fariza Hassan Basri, who decided to capture the moment to be shared with everyone, to share the positivity so that it will be an inspiration to others to do the same too. She posted that the rider was in the middle of delivery but decided to stop at the traffic light near Masjid Lama Batu 6, Gombak.
The rider then went to guide a visually impaired uncle to cross the busy street. He held the uncle’s hand and walked with him until the uncle was safe on the other side of the road. After making sure that the uncle was safe, the rider when back to his bike and continued on with the delivery.
Read the full post here:
As salam warga Gombak semua..sebarkan kebaikan adik rider Grabfood ni…dalam keadaan nak cepat hantar order pelanggan…
Hopefully, the act of kindness of the rider will inspire us to do the same too especially in these dire times. A simple help would mean the world to someone, so maybe all of us can start helping people, no matter how small the act to make the world a better place.
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