Kind men help old lady they see paying gas with pennies, not knowing the whole truth

My personal opinion: what the world lacks these days is compassion.

It seems to me that people are always busy, and everyone is primarily concerned only with their own well-being.

It’s sad how helping each other and those in need has become so rare that we are surprised when we hear of people doing good deeds.

Now a video of black brothers helping a woman is going viral on the internet.

A man named Simran Jeet Singh posted a video showing two brothers helping a woman with cash after seeing her use pennies to pay for gas.

They felt bad for the woman and just knew they had to offer her a helping hand.

In the video, the woman breaks down in tears and reveals that she recently lost her husband.

According to Singh, the brothers had no idea of ​​the woman’s loss and that she was struggling.

As far as they knew, she was just like anyone else, struggling to get from one check to another.

When Sing saw two brothers going out of their way to help a woman in need at the gas station, he recorded the act of kindness.

“They had no idea her husband had just died and she was struggling,” Singh wrote on Twitter.

“This is what it looks like to love your neighbor. More of this please!”

He later added that there is a lot of negativity in the media and that these videos should be a constant reminder that there are good people out there.

“There is so much negativity in the news these days. Here is a much-needed reminder that people are good and that we can all live together with love and respect,” he wrote.

These men have hearts of gold! May you be greatly blessed for your kindness. I don’t know them and I don’t know this lady.

Color means nothing to me. I have taught my children not to look at outward appearances… but to look at their hearts. That’s where you meet good people!

Let’s all do our part to make this world a better place in the future. All it takes is one simple act of kindness to change someone’s entire day…or even their life.

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