‘curtrog’ wrote: “My friend ‘patriciapmang’ and I found three backpacks on Saturday, clearly dumped after cars were broken into (thieves only want phones and other electronics). Using travel docs in the bags and facebook, we were able to find the Belgian tourists, who thanked me with their hometown brew and insisted I contact them if I visit Belgium.
The third bag had a passport and visa from China, so I took it to the Chinese consulate and happened to see the person who lost it (crazy, I know). I’m not looking to make a habit of doing things like this, but I can’t express how much joy and satisfaction was felt by both sides of these situations.”
Doesn’t take much to do the right thing
And, i’m guessing that this “feel-good” about yourself, for helping someone recover what s/he had lost will drive you to do more good deeds after this, perhaps???
Hopefully so….feel good leading to more feel good? 🙂
And, studies have shown, that we will keep this “feel good” feeling by doing MORE good too!!!