Woman Witnesses A Man Offer His First Class Seat To A Servicewoman, And Decides To Continue Spreading Kindness

"Do good. Recognize good. Make the world better."

When one man noticed a servicewoman walking down the aisle on the plane, he decided he had to do something.

In a post shared on the Love What Matters Facebook page, Jessica Titus witnessed a woman in an army uniform making her way to her seat in coach. But before she could get there, a man stood up and offered her his seat. 

Titus writes: "On my flight Tuesday, I walked down the jetway behind a woman in uniform (Army). A man stood up from his 1st class seat and said, 'Sorry ma'am, I'm in your seat.' 'What does your ticket say?' He asked. 

She replied, 'What? No, I'm 31 B.' He walked away, leaving her with his first class seat and then took her middle seat in coach."


After realizing what had happened, Titus wanted to offer the man money for a drink or snack, recognizing his act of kindness. 

"If everyone treated people the way you treated the servicewoman, the world would be [a] better place," Titus wrote in a note for the man. And though he refused, according to Titus, she adds that people should make an effort to do, and recognize, all the good in the world.

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