Viral Post Summons Dozens To Help Paint Neighborhood Man’s House

Whether you live in a big city or a small town, I think we can all agree that there’s nothing like having a strong, supportive community around you.
Of course, one of the best things about living in a strong community is that, in times of trouble, the people around you rally to your cause automatically, as we saw when these firemen stepped up to help an elderly neighbor mow his lawn.
Now, a similar story has resurfaced from the small city of Pendleton, OR, where a few rude comments offered up by a pair of teenagers prompted a heartwarming response from one man, and all of his Facebook friends.

Josh Cyganik, a track inspector for the Union Pacific main rail line, was in the habit of waving good morning to an older gentleman whose front porch overlooked Cyganik’s worksite.

For a long time, that wordless morning greeting was the only connection that the two men had.

That all changed one morning in July of 2015, when Cyganik overheard a conversation that had steam all but coming out of his ears.

What do you think of this incredible tale of neighborly love? Let us know in the comments below!

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