You definitely see how LOVE FOR YOUR FELLOW MAN showed up in this story. Her first concern for stopping the young man, was to protect him from harm, walking alone late at night in an area she deemed unsafe. Of course, Sqt. Natalie Simonicki could have passed him by and never gave it another thought, BUT SHE DIDNT for this I give her a Medal. Then to top it off she followed through by giving him his own Bike and best of all Teaching him how to ride one, THIS IS AMAZING. God Bless her and Anyone who will now, PASS IT ON.
A good police officer who is a huge credit to the force. Hey Chief are you reading this story? We NEED more officers like Sgt Simonick . Yes we really do.
God bless you
I love these stories! proves there are good people still left in the world!!
What a neat story. Hooray for Police Sgt. Natalie Simonick!
Bless you Sgt. Simonick. You're a credit to the force...
I'm touched by both, the givers and the recipients! It brings to mind my favorite Latin words "essere amato amando", meaning "being loved while loving". which defines true love as being reciprocal.(I'm discussing love as a human emotion, not necessarily romantic love only). This case demonstrate how an action inspired by pure love and compassion brought a lot of joy to those involved. To an extent, the same love was also transmitted to us, the expectators, making us happy too. In other words love can be contagious. Let's then catch the "love bug" instead of the "flu bug", and hope it becomes an epidemic!.
Refreshing to see amongst the other horrible headlines!!!
Nothing wrong with having a Sugar Momma that's a cop.
This first story brought an instant tear to my eye. It is so refreshing to read a story with good news. And the second story was endearing, also. THAT'S what I am talking about -- mercy and kindness to those who deserve it. I love these stories!