Anonymous acts of kindness 

I was about to leave work today when I was handed this.

It is an early Christmas present from someone, a $100 gift card for the local Westfield department store in Sydney. I heard the name of the person that bought me the gift and it is a name I am convinced I have never heard before. It turns out the very generous lady has bought 16 of these for the team I work with, meaning she has forked out $1600 altogether. Despite not really knowing me, she decided that I was part of the team and that I shouldn’t be left out. I can safely say I have never received such a big pressie from anyone that I know so little. 

If I didn’t show my gratitude here, I wouldn’t have anywhere to show it as this person is currently a mystery to me. A lovely mystery that shows kindness is alive and well in the world.

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