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Michigan Boy’s Generosity Rewarded by Mail Carrier

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MICHIGAN  --  A five-year-old in Michigan knows the power of helping others.

On Monday, he was unexpectedly rewarded for his selfless actions. Adam Houssami went into business last week selling Kool-Aid from his driveway. He offered a glass to his mail carrier, who did not have any cash at the time, so Adam decided to give the carrier a glass on the house.

This week, he found a surprise in the mailbox: a letter with a $20 bill inside. The letter said, "Adam, Remember last week  you were selling Kool-Aid on a hot day? I didn't have any money but you offered me Kool-Aid anyways. Thanks man! I was really thirsty. Good things happen to good people like you. Stay cool dude."

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