Her son was shot, She was beside herself. The $60 she got at an ATM was somehow missing when she went to pay for the medications at Walgreens. She had been crying. She was still crying. She could hardly work her phone to call her brother to bring money.
The Walgreens' manager sat down next to her. She said, 'It doesn't matter. Go take care of your son. We have kids. I have a son and I understand. I feel your pain.'"
Kindness is tenderhearted goodwill with thoughtful follow through. That's what that manager and other employees had for that mom.
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