One good turn deserves…

Bryan Anderson once stopped to change a flat tyre for an old lady who’d been stranded by the side of the road for more than an hour. After he’d changed the wheel she offered to pay him, but he refused, saying she could pay him by doing a good turn to the next person she saw in need. She drove on and then stopped at a small café to get something to eat. The waitress was a care-worn but friendly girl in the latter stages of pregnancy. When the old lady left she remembered Bryan Anderson’s words and paid the girl with a hundred dollar bill telling her to keep the change. Well, that girl went home after her shift and climbed into bed next to her sleeping husband. She kissed him and whispered: ‘I know you’re worried about the money, but it’s going to be all right. I love you, Bryan Anderson.’

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