Last month, The Inquisitr reported on one of the most astonishing acts of generosity seen in a very long time! Last Wednesday, a Starbucks located in Florida experienced expression after expression of paying it forward. Almost 400 people experienced both giving and receiving generosity until it ended sometime around 6 p.m. by the person known as the chain-breaker. Still it is amazing to read on such wonderful news in which most would be looking forward to the next unbelievable news which would restore one’s faith in humanity.
That time has come as reports of a Texas man started another chain of “paying it forward” but he went above and beyond what happened at Starbucks. How? He himself paid $1,000 to treat dozens of drive-through vehicles behind him.
According to an article by ABC, a south side Chick-fil-A located in Abilene, Texas experienced generosity from one mystery man who gave ten $100 bills to be spent on customers right behind him in the drive-through. Employees state that he wanted to pay for everyone in the drive-through line behind him. During that hour, employees saw most customers smile, some cry, and all of them in shock. One of the team members, Duste Wolfe, worked that night to experience everything.
“One lady actually cried because she had a really tough day. She had a lot of bad stuff happen to her.”
When employees wanted more information on the mystery man, he only provided his first name: John. Also from what John said, he donated the money to make everyone’s Monday better, which may be in reference to the fact that most people dread Mondays because its the day most people go back to work and unfortunately, most people may like their careers, but they may love their weekends a little bit more.
Fox News also reported on the act of generosity in which the Chick-fil-A franchise owner, Brian LaCroix, was able to provide more details about John’s good deed. The $1,000 in cash was enough to pay for 88 vehicles in over an hour. In that case, we know that at least 88 people were treated to John’s kindness, but it can be assumed that not all the vehicles just had one person in them.
What do you think about this sudden wave of generosity being experienced by others across the nation? If you could, would you pay it forward like the people at Starbucks originally did? Would you be able to pay it forward just like John did at Chick-fil-A?