Selfless woman helps a blind man while others just passed by


Selfless woman helps a blind man while others just passed bySelfless woman helps a blind man while others just passed by - People often avoid blind people they come across with in public. Though avoiding them, there are times when they also need help, but do not know whom to approach or where to ask for help.

A baseball game just ended and Chicago Cubs fans poured out of Wrigley Field in Chicago. Yusef Dale, an assistant U.S. attorney in Chicago, was waiting for a cab but not one vehicle stopped to pick him up. it was when Casey Spelman of Indianapolis noticed that Yusef was blind and definitely needed help, even if he didn’t ask for it.

Casey immediately hailed a taxi for him and helped him get on. During the entire time, Ryan Hamilton was at the rooftop of Old Crow Smokehouse, and make a video about Yusef and Casey.

Ryan was amazed by Casey’s selfless act that he decided to share it on social media.

He narrated on his Facebook page:

“Wanted to give a shout-out to this girl. No idea who she is, but we are in Wrigleyville on the rooftop of Old Crow Smokehouse.”

“There was a blind Cubs fan trying to hail a cab for several minutes until the lady came up and asked him if he needed help hailing a cab. She stood there with him until one pulled up. Awesome to see such kindness in a world that the media portrays so much hate in. Share freely in hopes that her kindness spreads.”

Casey was surprised by her sudden fame, but insists that she didn’t expect it to blow up like this. She merely helped a man in need without wanting or expecting anything in return.

She said:

“He said give me a hug and I gave him a big hug and he said ‘God Bless you and have a great night’ and I said thank you, you too.”

Meanwhile, Ryan decided to share the incident (along with the pictures that he took) on his Facebook page in order to inspire people to perform random acts of kindness for strangers.

He said:

“There’s so much negative stuff going on in the world and this was the opposite of that.”



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