Human Kindness

These days, people increasingly think more about their own interests, often getting in the place of another. What happens to that person can happen to us in the future. Altruism is a virtue few people have, and many are needed. Every day there are new opportunities to be generous, it is possible to hear so many injustices that occur around us we can not see what the way forward, but is a change of attitude. Then I will tell a story behind all this learning.

One day a poor boy who was selling goods from door to door to pay his studies, he found only ten cents in his pocket and was very hungry. He decided that the next house was going to ask for food. However, he lost his nerve when a lovely young woman opened the door, and only asked for a glass of water. The woman thought he looked hungry instead of water gave him a large glass of milk. He drank it slowly, and then asked What do I owe? It’s nothing answered the girl, then I thank you from the heart. As Howard Kelly left that house, he not only felt stronger, but also in his faith in God and humanity.

Years later, the woman became ill with a serious illness and specialists did not know what it was, as it was a rare disease, then called for a specialist and Dr. Howard Kelly was when he realized the name of the town from which came the woman was immediately saw her and recognized her from that time did not hesitate to try to save the life of the woman who once helped him, the battle was long but managed to save his life. Dr. Kelly requested the billing office that will pass the final bill to give its approval, looked at her and then wrote something on the corner. The letter was sent to one quarter of women. She feared to open it because I was sure it would take the rest of his life trying to pay this account, finally opened it and noticed something on the corner of the invoice.

“Paid in full with a glass of milk.” Felix Gonzalez, is Venezuelan, and a graduate of the careers of Computing and Public Accounting, Masters in Finance is also a graduate of the IESA. He is an advisor in payment of debts and highly knowledgeable on the subject of crisis and bank failures. He has worked as a systems consultant for over 20 years in private banks of their country, and specializes in automated credit and debit cards and ATMs. He has written for several print media in his country and is also the author of “No Fear of Debt: What the Banks Do Not Teach their Customers.”