Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly, and most underrated agent of human change.
For me, the smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.
Last Tuesday, Natasha Crittenden Wilson was at Dr. Kenneth LeMaster’s office in Sheffield, Ala.
At the clinic she witnessed something that touched her heart and she knew she had to pick up her phone to take a picture.
She originally covered up the woman’s face in the photo because Natasha didn’t know her.
Since then, her post has been shared nearly half a million times and viewed 1.3 million times.
In the photo, a white-haired man in a plaid shirt holds a sleeping baby, cradling the baby’s head and bottom with his hands.
“I was sitting in the waiting room at the doctor’s office, a lady walked in with a sleeping baby on her shoulder,” Natasha Wilson told “Good Morning America.”
The woman was trying to figure out how to hold the baby and do the paperwork at the same time. According to Natasha Wilson’s post on Facebook, the woman had entered the office with a sleeping baby in her arms.
She was trying to figure out how to hold the baby and fill out her paperwork at the same time when, from across the room, the man asked if he could hold the baby. The woman, she said, smiled and told him “that would be wonderful.”
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