Bear Taliferro Jr. was happy to hear a mother in need while he was shopping at Walmart.

“I got off work last night after working two 14-hour shifts,” Bear wrote in an online post. “I went to the grocery store to get food for dinner, and as I was paying, a woman in the next checkout line started crying.”
He heard a little girl ask her mother what was wrong, and when he turned to find out, he saw the woman crying as she told her daughter what was wrong.

“Her daughter asked her what was wrong, and she said, ‘We can’t afford to eat tonight.'”
Someone else heard what the little girl said and walked up to them and gave them some money. Bear then told them to go get whatever groceries they want, and that he would pay for them.

“The person in front of her gave her a couple of dollars, which she used to buy a Kids Cuisine TV dinner for her daughter. I told her to take whatever she wants and that I’d pay for it.

Bear said that he never goes to this store, so being able to help this mother and her daughter when they needed it felt like a sign from God.

“I NEVER go to this Walmart. I’m just saying that GOD puts you exactly where he needs you WHEN he needs you there.

Bear’s kindness to the young mother and daughter has been praised by thousands of people online.

“It shows a lot of thought. I was in a similar situation when I didn’t have the right date wic checks to buy my baby’s formula. I was going to leave it and come back the next day with the right date checks, but the woman behind me decided to pay for all of the cans of baby milk I had at the register. I asked for her phone number and address so I could send her the money back, but she told me not to worry about it because it was a gift. This happened ten years ago, so I try to be a good person whenever I can,” Kelly D. said.

“That’s my little brother doing what our mom told us to do: help women and children with whatever they need. Last night, GOD put you in the right place. Thanks for giving a woman and her kids the food they need so they don’t go hungry. “GOD’S got you,” Joshua C. wrote.

“About a month ago, my wife and I were at Winn-Dixie. A woman in front of us didn’t have enough money for meat and mustard for a sandwich, so my wife said, “Hey, I got it, put it on our tab.” I was shocked when this woman just broke down and cried like crazy! I don’t know what happened to her, but I could tell she was in trouble. You never know, the smallest thing could mean the world to someone else!!” Gordon W. shared

“This also happened to me about 11 years ago. When my son was young, I was expecting my daughter. One week, we were almost out of money. When I went to pay for my food with quarters, the cashier took out her card and bought our food for me. I couldn’t hold back the tears. Now, I try to help out whenever I can, especially at the store. It’s not up to us to judge how hard someone else is having it. Do unto others,” Kelli D. wrote.