For 30 years, Robert Peters delivered pizza calmly and believed he was appreciated in his job.
But when his car broke down, his boss immediately fired him. This was a hard blow for the courier.
At that time, he didn’t know that one day the entire city would come to his aid.
Robert Peters got a job as a delivery driver at Pizza Hut during his school days.
While his other colleagues perceived delivery as just a part-time job, Robert enjoyed his duties very much.
“My family often told me to find something more profitable, to quit being a delivery guy.
But I genuinely enjoy bringing pizza to people, seeing the joyful smiles of my neighbors. I’m a friend to many,” Peters told reporters.
In a small town, many people knew the delivery guy well. Residents would greet Robert as he passed by, and he was even nicknamed “Mr. All-Okay” for his friendly disposition.
However, it turned out that the pizzeria owner didn’t appreciate Peters’ work.
Robert’s pride prevented him from asking for help, so he returned home. News of Robert’s plight spread quickly throughout the town.
The townsfolk gathered at the town hall, and within an hour, they found a solution. The next day, when the courier stepped out of his house, he saw dozens of people.
They greeted him happily and then stepped aside. Behind them was a brand-new Chevrolet Malibu: the entire town had pitched in to buy a new car for him.
Peters was able to return to his delivery job, although now he works for himself, as the town’s help enabled him to open his own bar.
We can all do good by being a little kinder to one another. Perhaps this will help the whole world become a better place.