When I was 18, I worked as a waiter in the Pavilion, Westville. I was saving towards a ticket to England where I wanted to work as an assistant teacher for two years while my brothers finished university. One day, a teacher of mine came for a coffee with her friend. When she left, I discovered a large tip. I will never forget the spring in my step for the rest of the day. Ever since then I have really enjoyed doing the same when opportunity knocks. It needn't be life-changing, day-changing kindness also lingers and multiplies.