Nothing makes us feel blessed like receiving a generous gift in a time of need and that's especially true when it's coming from someone we've never even met.
And it's all the more beautiful when that surprise inspires someone to spread that spirit of giving beyond that first exchange and pay it forward to others.
But while we tend to hear about grand examples that suddenly brought that inspired person to tears, we can find that smaller examples of this phenomenon are all around us if we look hard enough.
The most common example of this are the "pay it forward" chains that can sometimes see dozens and even hundreds of cars in a drive thru pay for the meals of the people behind them.
But while these chains are well-intentioned and nice to hear about, they aren't always so popular among the workers as they tend to make orders more complicated and easier to mess up.
And as one recent video illustrates, it seems that other customers can have their own problems with them.