Photo of cashier helping nervous man count change goes viral

If you're exhausted of all the heartbreaking stories floating around the Internet, here's one that'll cheer you up.

A MS woman says her heart was warmed at a Walmart store last Thursday by the kind actions of a cashier.

As the man continued apologizing the cashier was able to help him get the right change before he finished his transaction and left.

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The post has more than 32,000 likes and 19,000 shares.

Bowlin was standing behind a man in the checkout line when he took out change to pay for his purchase. "Gives me a muttered, 'I'm sorry'".

The cashier intervened and assured him that everything was going to be okay.

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"This is not a problem, honey".

The customer's hands began to quiver after failing to correctly count the change in his first attempt. But Bowlin said the cashier wasn't fazed. "What's wrong with our world is we've forgotten how to love one another, '" the post reads.

The post has resonated with many people. Good for you ladies!

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Kindness, compassion, empathy and patience can go a long way - even in Walmart. "We will do this together, '" a customer patiently waiting recounted in a now-viral Facebook post detailing the heartfelt gesture. "If everyone would take a page out of her book there would be less hate", says another.

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