In case you have not yet read about this story, and if you’re like me you’re just plain “SICK TO DEATH” of all the BAD, fearful, and negative news that’s coming at us everyday (and night). This story will lift your hearts. It’s about “People Helping People” from the “Bottom Up“. Asking for nothing in return, folks coming to the aid of someone in need, going out of their way to help.
As you will read, this happened in a LOWES Home Improvement Center;
“A U.S. Marine who lost his legs in Vietnam is grateful today, after he was surprised by a group of employees at a Lowe’s home improvement store who spontaneously did for him what the U.S. Veterans Administration has been refusing to do for years.
Michael Sulsona of Staten Island, New York, wrote a letter of appreciation to the Staten Island Advance, thanking three employees of the Lowe’s in Mariner’s Harbor, New York, for staying after hours, volunteering to repair his wheelchair when it broke down in their store.
“For the past two years, I have been waiting to receive a new wheelchair from the Veterans Administration,” Sulsona writes. “In addition, I have been told that I am not entitled to a spare.”
But when his wheelchair broke – again – on the evening of July 7, three Lowe’s employees Sulsona identifies as “David, Marcus and Souleyman” jumped to his assistance.
Sulsona explained they placed him in another chair while they went to work, taking the wheelchair apart and replacing the broken parts.
“We’re going to make this chair like new,” Sulsona says the employees insisted.
(Right on LOWES and David, Marcus, and Souleyman; Soles Of Passion admires you all!)