We’ve all been giving extra airtime to people who don’t deserve it. Fan pages set up for road bullies? #idontgetit
So here is an everyday hero who deserves to be mentioned again because of his kindness and sincerity.
Here’s to Zul at the Bukit Jeluntong Toll petrol station who saved me from running out of gas and from being stranded on an early Sunday morning.
He offered to pay for my fuel when he told be I could not pay with my T&G card (I had conveniently left my purse at home).
I was happy beyond words.
I’m a regular at that petrol station now. Brought him a huge hamper of chocolates and cookies which a friend of mine (after hearing of his kindness) wanted to pass to him. And just last week he offered to pay for my 20 packets of nasi lemak which I politely declined. He wanted to repay the kindness of the chocolate hamper that was not even from me. Such a sweet guy!
Guys, if you are ever around the area, please pop by and give him a high five for being such an awesome person. He will be leaving Malaysia for good in 5 months after having worked here for 17 years. He has a wife and an 8 year old son who is waiting for him in Bangladesh :)
It really is everyday heroes like Zul who restore our faith in humanity. Though he still thinks it was the tiniest thing he did for me that day, to me… It meant so much more :)