Random Acts of Kindness

Empty tank hero

A huge thank you to the thickly accented man who drove me to the service station and back when my motorbike ran out of fuel on Woronora Bridge.

I'm sorry if I didn't understand everything you said but it was a pleasure talking motorcycles and your kindness saved me a lot of walking and sunburn!

Lewis Henry, Cronulla

Wonderful help at station

On April 17, I travelled from Wingham to Engadine by train.

I am elderly and would like to say a big thank you to the men who stood up to give a seat to myself and two other elderly people.

On arrival at Engadine, where I was to meet my daughter and family, I was asked if I was looking for the elevator by a kind lady.

A young man then offered to carry my case up the steps for me and made sure I had somewhere to sit while I waited for the family.

My daughter missed me in the crowd and asked the station hand if he had seen me. He then rang Waterfall station to see if I was still on the train.

I was very impressed by these acts of kindness and would like to say a big "thank you" to all these wonderful people.

Trish Pinkerton, Burrell Creek, NSW

Take a bow Sonia

I would like to say thank you to a lovely young lady named Sonia who assisted me when I had a medical episode in Kiora Road on April 4.

Seeing my discomfort she stopped, called an ambulance, and waited with me until it arrived.

Sonia, your family and friends are lucky to have you in their lives and I wish you everything good for the future.

Maree, Miranda

Send in your kind acts

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