I still can’t get him out of my head. He wasn’t impolite, just absent. The gentleman checking out my groceries was probably in his late sixties. He had a distant stare and seemed so empty. As he handed me my receipt, I smiled and thanked him, and said a little prayer that his day would improve. I wonder if he knows he’s appreciated. I hope so.
If you’re taking the time to read this, I appreciate YOU. I know how busy a day can be, and I’m thankful you spent a few minutes here. As we come into the holiday season, turning the last page on the calendar, I wish you joy and good health.
If you see someone who could use a smile, give them yours. Sometimes the smallest gesture can make a big difference. You just might be an Angel Unaware.
Until Next Time,
Know The Hope!