As she was leaving school in Washington, D.C. one day, Natasha Robinson saw a homeless man digging through the trash for food and felt inclined to help.
The good Samaritan offered to buy him a meal from Wendy’s, and the starving man accepted (much like the Florida police officer who bought a homeless stranger breakfast.)
While walking to Wendy’s, the homeless man stunned Robinson when he uttered: “Thank you Lord for sending someone.”
Then he asked her to document the moment, which she later shared on her Facebook page.
“After he ordered he said let’s take a picture on that fancy phone you have there.
The world needs to see what a walking blessing looks like,” Robinson explained in the caption of the photo she posted.
The heartwarming picture, showing the smiling homeless man, quickly went viral with over 100,000 likes and 30,000 shares. Many praised Robinson for her good deed and called her a blessing. But, according to Robinson, it was the other way around.
“He said I can’t let you leave until I hug you. As he was hugging me he was praying,” Robinson wrote. “Little do [sic] he know I’m the one who received a blessing.”
See the touching photo below along with the full story…