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Last Sunday, I purchased a large box of assorted yarns at the Beth Sholom Temple yard sale to donate to women who make hats for cancer patients.
Halfway to my car, the bottom of the old box fell completely out, scattering multicolored yarn everywhere. I started laughing because it was funny to see all this colorful yarn on the ground.
Then something wonderful happened: Before I could even start picking the yarn up, a woman and two young men appeared out of nowhere and started repairing the box with tape and picking up the yarn.
I thanked them at the time, but now I want them to know how good it is to have this memory of people caring for others.
It made me feel good that they came to my assistance, even though I was not stressed out, and it clearly was not an emergency. They set a fine example for all of us to follow.