posted on Apr, 3 2015 @ 12:36 AM
I did some nasty things when I was young which will haunt me until the day I die. But in my middle age, 2 situations suddenly arose that allowed me
to do good.
Here's the first situation. I was walking around a small lake in a urban area when I saw a man sitting in a wheelchair, and he wasn't moving. I
asked him if there was a problem but he couldn't talk. I figured out that his electric wheelchair had lost it's charge. So I pushed his pretty
heavy wheelchair, and he finally managed to point towards his nearby care facility. We got there, and a person there said the person was recovering
from brain damage accident , and he wanted to give me some money. I said, not necessary.
The other time, I was driving around looking for somewhere, and I turned down a very not busy residential street, and what I saw was two kids standing
holding their bikes, with one child lying on the ground next to his bike. He had a lot of blood on his head. A person appeared out of the nearby
house, and I told them to call for an ambulance. One of the 2 non injured kids directed me to his mother's house, and I brought her to the scene of
Weeks later, walking in the local mall, a woman approached me and asked me if I was the person who helped her son. This felt good that I was able to
help in difficult times. Mostly I have screwed up, but not always.