WASHINGTON, July 18, 2017 – Who amongst us does not want to be seen as kind, patient, good? How many of us actually stop to do something to express kindness, patience, and goodness?
A long tarmac delay has a young boy with autism “melting down” on a long plane ride, promising hours of forced uncomfortable confinement. Until Rochel Groner, who with her husband works with children via the Friendship Care Circle, a Jewish organization for children with disabilities and ZABs Place a thrift store out of Charlotte, NC that exclusively hires employees with special needs.
If you appreciate Ms. Groner stepping up to make life better for the hundreds of people on that plane, or if you were on that plane, create your own random act of kindness, visit these sites and make a donation.
McKinley Corbley of the Good News Network has the whole story: