A short story about a Vietnam vet, a busted up wheelchair, and a couple of store employees who get it.
In a world gone mad there still exists folks who listen to their conscience and regularly calibrate their moral compass. No blandishments or sugar coating required, the story speaks for itself.
The cynic in me hopes these employees don’t get canned. With stories all over the place of store employees getting fired over doing good, grabbing shoplifters and stopping actual crimes committed in the stores, some involving firearms, heroism is more times than not rewarded with a pink slip.
The second comment down has a man, a complete stranger, offering this vet a new wheelchair, no strings attached. Humanity surprises us sometimes, it shouldn’t, but compassion is alive and well, the real stuff outside the bastardized version the progressives peddle.