My wife fought the crowds in the Mall on Wellington Green on Christmas Eve, and when she returned to the car, she found a few daisies on the windshield with this anonymous note: “Hello! This random act of kindness is in memory of a child who lost a life in Newtown, Conn. Pay it forward and pass on love and kindness to honor their memory. Overcome evil with love.”
That heartwarming gesture is more precious than what you can find in the mall, more memorable a gift than anything that can be purchased because it shows the good side of human nature that is often obscured in the hustle and bustle of the days leading up to Christmas.
Dr. Alec Pridgeon