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Lynda O'Toole
Queensland
Queensland
Australia

Miracle of Kindness

Submitted into: Miracles of Love Category,

On: 2015-11-16 02:40:25

1988: Following two major critical incidents in my life, which left me broken and incapable of making positive decisions I found myself in a strange country, wounded, seven and a half months pregnant, without friends or family. Homeless, moneyless, in an abusive relationship and on a twelve hour bus trip to Brisbane.

On arrival I was tired, hungry and every part of my body hurt. My partner said we were walking to his mates for help. We walked ten kilometres to find no one was home. I became dizzy and leaned against a front garden wall just to hold myself up so I wouldn’t crash to the ground.

An older Australian woman came out of the house and asked, “are you OK?”, before I could answer, my partner said, “shes fine” and took my elbow to move me on. The lady approached closer, stood tall and shook her head and said, “ NO”, “this young girl is very pregnant and is obviously NOT feeling OK.”

This total stranger took my arm, lead me into her home, gave me breakfast, made me rest and refused to let me go until my partner had found us refuge. She then got her husband to drive us there and make sure it was genuine.

She returned the next day and took me to the Mater Mothers’ Hospital and I started my prenatal care.

When my beautiful daughter was born six weeks later this lady brought me a Care Package her family had put together, nappies and baby clothing.

I had never met this woman before, but yet she was my voice when I had none. She managed a bully that I was scared of. She was my Champion, when I so desperately needed one. This woman gave me 100% for zero return as she knew from the beginning that I had nothing.

Please never underestimate the kindness of strangers.

Three words from a stranger “Are you OK? ” … changed my life, and quite possibly saved my life and the life of my unborn child.

Sometimes we may need to be strong for others who for whatever reason, at that time need a champion in their life.

~~~~~~~Thank you Margaret from my very soul, you are my miracle ~~~~~~~~~~


Lynda OToole

Queensland, Australia