2020 has been the year that everyone wants to forget, with a string of devastating events across the globe. However, this year has also made us realise that small acts of kindness can truly make a difference in the world. The internet had collectively united to support the elderly couple running Delhi's Baba Ka Dhaba. Another such heartwarming incident has surfaced online, wherein two workers at a restaurant can be seen helping a specially-abled man eat his lunch. Take a look:
The video was shared on Twitter by 'The Feel Good Page' and it garnered 6k views and counting on the platform. The short 15-second clip also got many reactions and likes from users online. The viral video was shot in a McDonald's outlet, with three people in the frame. There were two female staff members and one specially-abled man in the video. While the man sat down at a table, the staff helped him out by bringing his food and drinks to the table. Further, one staff member was actually feeding him the burger by hand - indeed a moving gesture.
The praiseworthy video brought a smile to netizens' face, who couldn't help but shower appreciation on the two staff members. Take a look at the reactions to the video.
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."
That's really all the religion we need.— AuntieTree (@TreeAuntie) November 20, 2020
How lovely to see someone so kind ????— El (@TweetAndTea) November 20, 2020
That's Love :)— Babytanamo Bay (@Haus_PauLisa) November 20, 2020
So often those who have the least give the most.— cathy karr Ⓥ (@ckarr2) November 20, 2020
Have you seen any such act of kindness in the recent past? Tell us in the comments below!
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