This isn't about me directly, but it brightened up my day, so I hope it will do the same for you!
I arrived at work yesterday to see a couple of young women coming out of the building escorted by our caretaker, one with a heavily bandaged knee and using crutches. Our receptionist explained to me what had happened.
Two first-year students (18 or 19 years old at most) had been cycling down our road when they were side-swiped by another cyclist. One girl's front wheel went into the other's, and the second girl was thrown right off her bicycle, landing very hard on her knee. Our receptionist found them sitting on our front steps, the injured girl crying hysterically.
Receptionist brought them into our building (we are a University department), sat them down, and called our IT Officer, who is a first aider. IT Officer cleaned and bandaged the injury, while Receptionist and Caretaker gave them both sweet tea and biscuits. After they were recovered, Receptionist loaned the injured girl the pair of crutches we keep in the Department, and Caretaker borrowed Receptionist's car to drive both girls back to their halls of residence.
I've been feeling very cynical about the world and people in general, lately, so it was so nice to get confirmation that my colleagues are so kind and thoughtful.