Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Woman Shopping At Walmart Finds Card With Specific Instructions Inside.

Such A Kind Day

Christmas is a time to give, not just receive. It's why we celebrate the birth of Jesus, who represents generosity across the globe. But a woman from North Carolina found that kindness isn't tied to a season, which is something she discovered from a stranger's gift which she found on a floor in Walmart.

Such A Kind Day

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In some countries, November 13 is known as World Kindness Day, which is a day where people do nice things and perform random acts of kindness. But this year, World Kindness Day kicked off a day early for Julia Stultz, a resident of North Carolina. She had no idea that a shopping trip to Walmart would lead to such a lovely experience.

She Was Running Some Errands

She Was Running Some Errands

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Julia Stultz when to a local Walmart in Charlotte with her husband to buy some clothes. They were looking for winter clothes for their son, since the cold was approaching quickly. But the shopping experience at Walmart isn't always the best, particularly when it gets crowded and can't find the items you want. But on this fateful day, that didn't matter to Julia.

It Was A Typical Shopping Day

It Was A Typical Shopping Day

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Stultz and her hubby went their separate way, since she was the one always picked their son's clothes, while he went off to look for other stuff. She walked towards the clothing section, while trying to figure out what her son's shirt size was, since he'd grown a lot over the summer. But when she looked through the racks of hoodies and jackets, she noticed something very odd.

The Strange Thing On The Ground

The Strange Thing On The Ground

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Julia knelt down to get a closer look and noticed that it was a white envelope. At first, she assumed it was garbage, since this Walmart wasn't known for being the neatest in her neighborhood. But then she saw something written on the front of the envelope and curiosity told her to look. When she read what it said, she became more curious.

"With Love, Amen"

"With Love, Amen"

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The handwritten note on the envelope said, "With Love, Amen." But there was no stamp, no sender or recipient on the envelope. Those three words made Julia realize this was more than junk mail that someone threw away while shopping. So, she turned the envelope over in the hopes of finding who it belonged to. But when she read the message written on the other side, Julia was dumbfounded.

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