This story is a perfect example of how doing something nice for someone will come back around in a good way.
While shopping at a store in Little Elm, TX recently, Kasey Simmons noticed that a fellow shopper was crying, obviously very upset. Simmons, who said that he likes to do nice things for people to help them out, insisted on paying for the woman's groceries. The bill was just $17. So Simmons paid the bill and was on his way.
The next day, while working his serving job at Applebees, a customer came in and ordered the cheapest thing on the menu: a flavored water that costs 37 cents. But on top of that, the customer left a massive $500 tip!
It turns out that the tip was left by the daughter of the woman that Kasey helped the day before at the grocery store. The reason she was so upset was because it was the 3 year anniversary of her husband's death. The daughter said that it brightened her mother's day and that she hadn't stopped smiling since!
The moral of the story: Do nice things for people! Even if it doesn't come back around to help you, you still helped them. And that's all that matters!