Yesterday, while on the packed MRT on the way to work, I managed to glimpse a little something that made my day.
Just outside, on the platform station, there was this MRT officer who was helping a blind middle-aged guy to wait for the next train.
This wasn’t what struck me to write this post.
It was the utter joy on their faces. The officer looked so happy just to help this guy out early in the morning, and having a nice conversation with him. It’s probably part of his responsibilities to do so but that joy, it was so pure, I couldn’t not write about it. The blind man was also happy that someone was willing to help him out during the peak hour crowd.
Idk, it’s moments like this that makes me realise that Singapore is not as ruthless a city as the majority believes. There’s still human decency in everyone.
Happy Thursday, everyone! Hope it goes well 🙂