I picked up this story from the internet and wanted to share this story written by Nadine Kalinauskas.She writes about good news and feel good stories on the internet. I just read this and was so inspired. I hope it will inspire you, too.
With all the things that's happening in the Philippines now with typhphoon Haiyan, I ask for the outpouring of love, understanding and support for the Philippines. I have posted photos on instagram @imwanderwoman and twitter @iamheiding on how you could help. Thank you.
A photo of a young man napping on a stranger's shoulder on the New York City subway has gone viral.
"He was still sleeping soundly when I got off the train 20 minutes later," he wrote. "It was a small gesture, but a kind one. I love New Yorkers!"
Tablet Magazine tracked down the kind stranger, 65-year-old Isaac Theil.
"But there is only one reason that I didn't move, and let him
continue sleeping, and that has nothing to do with race. He was simply a
human being who was exhausted, and I knew it and happened to be there
and have a big shoulder to offer him."
"I would love for people to use this as a lesson to just be good to each other," he added.