When faced with difficult situations, it is difficult to choose what we want and what is right.
Dave Tully, 49, from Arizona, faced a difficult choice when he came across a bag that would change his life.
He previously worked as a director of a landscape firm but was fired in 1999 after his driver’s license was revoked for drunk driving.
Dave was battling alcoholism and other addictions, and the Tempe Public Action Agency helped him recover. As a token of his gratitude, he now volunteers with the organization.
One day Dave suddenly found a backpack full of money and a laptop.
Although he knew that money could calm him down for a while, Dave did the right thing and turned the bag over to the Templar Public Relations Agency, who discovered that the bag belonged to a man named Brace Belanger.
A grateful Arizona State University student says he lost money trying to use it to buy an old car.
When this story was published, many people sent help to Dave, including a lawyer to help Dave for free in the former lawsuit, and even people offered him free dental treatment.
People also donated over $8,000 in cash. At the same time, job offers reached David. Even the mayor read a proclamation that said it was “Dave Toll Day”.
Watch the video below to see how Dave restored many people’s faith in humanity.