To The Gentleman (and I mean that in every sense of the word) That Whispered “Thank You” To Me Today, When I Was Just Doing The Right Thing
You are gracious and kind, and I feel so incredibly sorry that we live in a world where you felt you had to say “thank you” to me for doing what so many people should do and don’t.
I don’t know what it feels like to be in your shoes, and I hope that the other location is able to provide you not only better service, but a replacement for your phone and exceedingly quickly. I also hope there are notes in the account to treat you well, because you completely deserve it.
After you left, I spoke with the manager at length about events that transpired as you walked in, and while you were experiencing your issues. He, too, thanked me profusely for coming forward on your behalf. It was not necessary, either.
As a society, we still have so many problems. I was shocked at how blatantly obvious the treatment you suffered through was. Your very quiet “thank you” and kind eyes will haunt me for a long time, and it will serve as a reminder that, in a situation like that - one must speak up and help another human being - that’s the only way things will change.
I hope, that what I did, helped to restore some of your faith in humanity. Even if it was a tiny bit. Things are changing. Not nearly fast enough.
I will keep you in my thoughts,
The girl who spoke up
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