Shared by MS resident Spring Herbison Bowlin, the post describes a cashier act of kindness towards a shopper.
An older man had his items scanned and was given a total by the cashier. "He looks apologetically back at me and starts taking handfuls of change out of his pockets".
Bowlin said the man's voice and hands were shaking, and what the cashier did next made her smile.
The cashier then held his hands and said, "This is not a problem, honey". But Bowlin said the cashier wasn't fazed.
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Bowlin was standing behind a man in the checkout line when he took out change to pay for his purchase.
The gentleman continued to apologize to Bowlin and the cashier, but the two reassured him there was no rush and it was okay. "They get his transaction handled and he shuffles away".
Bowlin said she then thanked the cashier for her patience and kindness. She responded, "You shouldn't have to thank me, baby. What's wrong with our world is we've forgotten how to love one another, '" the post reads.
Bowlin posted the picture with the story on Thursday, and it has gotten over 20,400 shares. "If you take too long in line customers behind you start to grumble". In the photo's caption, she recounted the story. "Blessings to everyone involved", wrote one commenter on WHBQ's Facebook page.