Who Said Good Things Never Happen To Good People

The Logical Indian

May 25th, 2015 / 4:11 PM

Harman Singh, a sikh living in Auckland, New Zealand unveiled his turban and put it under the head of Daejon Pahia, a 5 year old boy whose head was bleeding profusely due to an accident. A peek into Harman’s house during interviews saw how plain his accommodations were. So, the staff at Good News Network along with a local furniture store decided to surprise Harman and furnish his apartment.
The tears in Harman’s eyes were enough to convey how successful this surprise was.

Karma always finds its way. They say, do one good deed and it’ll find a way to come back to you.

We, The Logical Indian are delighted to see such beautiful souls and hope that the good deeds keep passing on!


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