Being a good person is not just about being nice to your loved ones, but it also includes doing some good deeds when someone desperately needs it, even if they’re a complete stranger to you.
Twitter user Dana Weeks shared the story of how they helped a woman in need when she was being followed by a group of men that were indenting to harm her. The woman approached him and asked for him to pretend that he knew her, so she could get back home to her son safely.
This is how Weeks started off his Twitter thread:
“I’m walking to the train a few minutes ago and a woman walked right up to me and gave me a tight hug and whispered quickly, “please act like you know me 3 guys are following me for a while” I played along then walked her 3 blocks home. What an experience for the both of us.”
The story is truly noteworthy, and we believe it will restore your faith in humanity, at least for a day.
This is how Twitter reacted to this story of everyday heroism. Well, it’s safe to say that not all heroes wear capes.