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‘I locked eyes with a stranger at a gas station. ‘Are you okay?’ I was visibly a junkie, barely able to swallow my embarrassment.’: Woman reminisces on stranger’s ‘beautiful act of kindness’ during active addiction

“I was sleeping under a bridge. I was bleeding, a lot. I remember limping down the street, so far past humiliation. People pretended to not see me, including my father. This man took me into his home. Even in that moment of pure desperation, I saw the tremendous beauty of kindness.”

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