Kindness Daily: The Magical Twenty Dollar Bill

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The Magical Twenty Dollar Bill August 14, 2012 – Posted by kathyabrooks
Recently, my husband was on a long drive and picked up a young hitch-hiker.

They had plenty of time to talk and my husband discovered the young man had little money and was hoping to get a job in the city. My husband shared his lunch with him, bought him a coffee and when they arrived in the city, he gave him bus fare and twenty dollars to help him out. A simple act of kindness.

Meanwhile, I was at home and not aware of any of this.

That same day, when I walked out of my house, there, lying in a puddle of water, was a twenty dollar bill!

Only later when I spoke to my husband did we realize how magical this was!

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