I Saw Something Beautiful

May 25th, 2010 by Rabbi Simcha Weinberg in Reflections & Observations
I was standing in front of the hospital and there was a long line of cars waiting to enter the driveway, all impatiently honking away. A NYPD officer was doing his best to direct the traffic and calm everyone. A car-service stopped to drop off a passenger. It was a very old man, and he had a suitcase. The policeman walked over, helped the man out of the car, and carried his suitcase into the hospital for him. I thought that all the drivers would become more agitated, but I was wrong.

When people saw what the policeman was doing, the drivers stopped honking, and people standing around ran over to help the man.

A line of people, both pedestrians and drivers, walked over to the policeman to shake his hand and say, “Thank You!” No one honked while people were thanking the officer.

It was a beautiful scene. Just wanted to share.

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