I watched her run across the parking lot. I noticed something fall out of her pocket as she hurried to her vehicle. As I got closer I realized it was money. I picked it up and hurried after her. She was about to close her car door when I said, "Excuse me, but you dropped this." She said, "What?" I said, "You dropped this back there. I thought you might want it." She reached in her pocket only to discover that she had, in fact, lost her money. She looked confused as I handed it to her. She said, "Why didn't you just keep it?" I said, "It's not mine to keep." She smiled and said, "That wouldn't have stopped most people." I returned her smile and said, "Well, I guess I'm not most people." She shook her head and said, "Rare. That's very rare." She thanked me, shut her door, and drove away.
Maybe we should all strive to be "Not most people." See, I have this problem. My problem is I want every one else to be happy. I will put people before myself because I want you to be happy, especially if you're someone I love. Today, I have received so many emails, and texts from people complimenting me on who I am. Let me just say that there is no need to compliment me. This is just how I was made, I guess--it's who I am.
And I'm okay with that. ;)