Look, 2016 has not exactly been a red letter year. Tension with police, problems with gun, the ever-present threat of terrorism and an election unlike any we've seen in memory. But that act of kindness almost makes you remember that humanity is alive and well.

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On Sunday July 24, 2016 during a thunder and lightning storm a man driving by stopped and pushed the man in his electric chair over 200 feet, half of which was uphill. I cannot imagine how heavy it must have been. It took over 5 mins. Just want to say thanks for his quick response. He was aiding the man before I could get my shoes on. Thanks for people who renew our beliefs. It is heart warming.

It's not clear where this took place, but it is indeed a good reminder that we are all capable of being good to one and another, no matter what the circumstances may be.