Published: Monday, March 25 2013 5:15 p.m. MDT
See, I told ya there was good in the world.
Great story. My sneaking suspicion is there are millions of these kinds of
positive stories taking place every day but we end up focusing on the crime,
terror and selfishness that is out there rather than all the good. Keep up the good work!!
Hey, a little kindness, compassion and just being plain nice. It isn't
hard and makes the world or our little corner of it a nicer place. I agree with
eastcoastcoug, we ought to hear more of this and less of me, me, me buy adults
who should know better.
A little kindness indeed goes a long way!
I will be taking the family to Chili's tonight. Great customer service!!!
I don't get it; why didn't they just tell the girl they cut the burger
up for her health? Now we're wasting food.
Thanks to all those out in the public-- restaurant workers, flight attendants,
church members, teachers, neighbors, store employees, etc etc and just average
people you might run into at a park or movie or grocery store--who have figured
out there are a LOT of kids on the autism spectrum, and that they need to be
given a little slack. Your kindness and patience and attempts to
help and understand--instead of rude remarks and judgment and smirking are
making life easier and happier every day for the parents and families of these
kids--not to mention the kids themselves, like in this story THANK
Replacement cheeseburger = $8Positive PR generated by kindness = Priceless
It's nice to see an uplifting story for a change!
All the talk at work this morning was what a non story this was. Sorry folks I
feel the same way. This is not what I watch news for.
@NeilT, if that's the way you feel, then I sincerely pity you and your
workplace colleagues. This is what I wish news was more of. What a wonderful
story, highlighting human goodness.
If more businesses could just understand that *people*--both customers and
employees--are the foundation of their business and not profits-above-all, then
profits would increase tremendously.Not that that *should* be the
reason for treating people well. But isn't it wonderful that the two do
seem to go together?
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