As the train was pulling into the Beit Shemesh station, I saw a disabled man with various possessions. Without him asking, I went over to him to assist with gathering his belongings so that he could exit the train more easily.
While riding my bicycle, I noticed a tzedaka collector. I rode over to him to give him tzedaka and also words of encouragement.
A family member took ill and we could not contact him. A kind Hatzalah volunteer helped establish contact, and then took care of him. This put me in a very good mood, so I spontaneously phoned Hatzalah, praised and thanked them for their wonderful work, and gave them a donation.
My marriage fell apart 2.5 years ago and my Social worker sent me to Beit Avot Beit Haelah close to Beit Shemesh. I was very depressed about having to spend Shabbat there because the TV is always on and no one keeps Shabbos there. Baruch HaShem someone told me to register to www.Shabbat.com. I registered and [...]
I noticed a couple wandering on the street in RBS, confused as they tried to locate a particular address using a GPS map on their phone. I helped them locate the address, and made two people from out-of-town feel a bit more welcome in our community.
While shopping I overheard another customer request from the service attendant to reach a box of food from the high shelf. The service attendant responded " the other box on top of this will fall and I can't manage to help you." I quickly offered to help using my height as an advantage and successfully [...]
While walking through the park between Dolev and Refaim at the 8 am rush hour I noticed young girls screeching and hurrying away from the path while others were fearful to enter the path. I approached slowly and saw a big tomcat near the bushes, rustling around in the leaves. I calmed the approaching girls [...]
I noticed that the neighbor's children were chasing a cat with a collar and bell on it. To save the cat I went over and retrieved it. There was a name and address on the collar. I called the owner and returned the cat to him.
The first day after being inspired by the Rav's suggestion, I felt disappointed that no opportunity had come my way for an act of chesed, and I met a young lady I know who lives in Gimmel, and shared the Rav's words with her. She was enthusiastic, and said to me "This is your random [...]
I met a lady who was confused as to how the new machine works for obtaining a number for the nurse, lab, etc, because she has difficulty with Hebrew. I helped her, and she said "I now know why you were at Maccabee this morning--to help me!"