In this cruel world, we, fortunately, come across people who never shy away from showing some tenderness. And whenever such incidents occur, it will always make the headlines. And they indeed deserve attention. At recent, a kind passenger at an American Airlines Flight 588 which was reportedly flying from Orlando to Philadelphia decided to give up his first-class seat to a mother and her daughter who was wearing an oxygen machine. The mother shared her experience on Facebook, and the post is now viral and is probably the most heartfelt thing you will see on the internet. Dog Saves a Goal in a Football Match in Argentina, Gets Declared 'Best Goalkeeper' by Enthusiastic Netizens.
Mother Kelsey Zwick and her daughter Lucy were travelling to Philadelphia. Lucy is one among twin girls who were born nearly 11 weeks early. According to WTXF-TV, Lucy has spent 100 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), and her sister stayed there for 86 days. When Zwick and her daughter sat at their original seat, a flight attendant approach and told her that a man in the first class was waiting to switch places with her. His kindness left the mother in tears. Tony Stark Is Lost in Space: NASA to Scan Skies to Rescue Iron Man in Avengers: Endgame?
On her Facebook post, Zwick wrote, “To the man in 2D. Today you were travelling from Orlando to Philly. I don’t know you, but I imagine you saw us somewhere. I was pushing a stroller, had a diaper bag on my arm and also lugging an oxygen machine for my daughter.”
Here’s the Facebook Post
The viral post further reads, “You were giving up your comfortable, first class seat to us. Not able to hold back tears, I cried my way up the aisle while my daughter Lucy laughed! She felt it in her bones too... real, pure, goodness.” The mom mentioned that she did not get a chance to thank the passenger properly, “Sooo... thank you. Not just for the seat itself but for noticing. For seeing us and realizing that maybe things are not always easy. For deciding you wanted to show a random act of kindness to US. It reminded me how much good there is in this world.”
The Facebook post soon went viral and even it reached the guy who offered them his seat. Zwick told Yahoo, “I guess it was his birthday, and he did reach out to us. He was thanking me for a birthday to remember. It was the best day. He said it made him and his wife cry, and he said, ‘I am so glad we were on the same flight."