The media criticize the police much and that causes us very often to take for granted what these brave men and women do to protect us. That’s why I love this story. It always makes me shiver and at the end there is always a tear smuggling down my cheek. What happened is just beautiful.
The story will take you to Greenville Country – a small community, where nothing interesting usually happens. So when there is a story of this scale, when there is such a magnificent example of humanity and love for your fellow man, it’s sure to be a sensation.
One day, Matt Holman, an officer of the law in Greenville County, met a homeless man named Robert Morris. At first Matt was suspicious of the man, who appeared out of nowhere, but in after a little talk he understood that Morris had a terrible life full of tragedy, addiction and sorrow. The Officer learned that Morris used to live in a tent in a nearby forest but a recent storm had taken it away and now Robert lived on the streets.
Usually we don’t trust the cops to do the right decision, especially when it comes to poor, homeless people. When I first heard of this story I expected Officer Matt to just escort Morris out of the perimeter, where he was found, but life is full of surprises, so is Officer Holman. Before you read the next lines please prepare a tissue so you can wipe your tears. This is where the story gets a real tear-jerker!
Officer Holman didn’t just talk to the poor man he went to the back of his care and did something amazing. He gave Morris his personal Bible, which was always carrying with him. And that’s not all! After that Officer Matt bought dinner for the poor homeless man and gave him much needed sympathy and a shoulder to lean on. Do you think this is the end of this amazing story? Well it’s not. The true miracle happened 6 months later and it was unbelievable.
Watch this amazing video and find out what’s the conclusion of this magnificent story. Don’t forget to share it with your loved ones and reinforce their belief in humanity and in all good deeds.