Kyndra Smith was preparing to board a plane when she got a phone call delivering heartbreaking news. And as she broke down in the middle of the airport, God used two complete strangers to comfort her!
Social media is often a place where civility, kindness and common courtesy go to die. Not only that, but users on Facebook, X (formerly known as Twitter), Instagram and TikTok can waste a tremendous amount of time endlessly scrolling through posts and videos. But those platforms are also used for good at times.
One young woman, Kyndra Smith, has experienced some of that kindness from social media users.
An Unexpected Phone Call
In a video posted on YouTube, Kyndra explains how she received a painful phone call while making her way through the Denver airport.
Hospital officials called her right before she was about to board a plane to see her sick mother. They informed Kyndra that CPR had been performed on her mother for 10 minutes, but there was no possibility that her mom would make it.
Kyndra Smith made the heartbreaking decision to allow her mother to pass away. She did not want to prolong her mother's suffering. In the middle of the airport, Kyndra lost it. She fell to her knees and started sobbing uncontrollably.
Many walked on by Kyndra, not caring enough to stop and see what was causing her so much grief and pain. But then something unexpected happened. Two complete strangers – a mother and a daughter – stopped, hugged Kyndra and started praying over her.
"And this lady came over, and she just hugged me from above, kind of bent down," Kyndra said. "And she started praying over me."
Kyndra Smith Longs To Reunite With Kind Strangers
Kyndra admits that while she did say "thank you" at the airport, she was more concerned with getting to her mother's hospital room at the time. Now, she's reached out to TikTok users to help reconnect her with that woman and her daughter to properly thank them.
More than 1 million people have now watched the video of Kyndra Smith asking for help finding those special people. TikTok users began sharing similar experiences with Kyndra, which brought her to tears.
"I would just love more than anything to get to tell them, ‘Thank you.'" Kyndra said. "And kind of tell them how big of a difference they made in that moment for me."
Ephesians 4:32 "And be kind to one another, full of pity, having forgiveness for one another, even as God in Christ had forgiveness for you."
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