White Girl Has ‘Crazy Gut Feeling’ As Black Woman Knocks On Her Window, Takes Swift Action

Jessica Haley had just left the bank when she was approached by a black woman who knocked on her car window. She later said that she had a “crazy gut feeling” that left her knowing exactly what she needed to do, and she took swift action.

Jessica Haley filmed a Facebook video with the black woman who knocked on her car window. (Photo Credit: Screengrab/Love What Matters/Facebook)

In a now-viral Facebook post explaining what happened, Jessica wrote, “My heart is full! Tonight I went to the bank right before it closed. At 6pm the parking lot emptied out and I got in my car and was texting a few people back, when I got a knock on my window. It was a woman crying. I rolled down my window half way and asked her if she was ok. She started crying even more and said, ‘My name is Kimesha and I’m stranded here from hurricane Irma and don’t have enough money to get home.'”

Jessica further explained that she “couldn’t understand the entire story through the tears,” but from what she could get, the woman “had gone to her dad’s funeral and her flight layover was in Miami and all of the flights were canceled right before the storm, including hers,” wrote Jessica. “She was kicked out of the airport when they closed and was told all the shelters were full and she should go to this hotel by the airport. She went to the hotel and they charged her to sleep in the lobby because the hotel was at capacity, she showed me the receipts. She used the rest of the money she had to her name to stay safe until the storm passed and was out of money and couldn’t even eat,” Jessica further explained.

“I just got back to Miami after evacuating and made a HUGE pile of things to donate,” Jessice continued. “I also wanted to donate my time and energy to people that really need love and light right now. Literally right after putting that out to the universe, she comes knocking on my window. I got on the phone with Southwest Airlines and told them what was going on and asked them if I could donate my points to her and get her on a flight home, they said yes! We both looked at each other with such excitement. I got out of the car and gave her a huge hug and asked her where she was staying and if I could give her a ride back there since it wasn’t close,” she added.

Jessica also explained, for anyone worried about her safety, that she had a “crazy gut feeling” about Kimesha. She knew instinctually that the woman was not out to hurt her or take advantage of her; she simply needed help getting home after the hurricane.

“I ended up stopping back at my house and making her dinner, snacks for the airport, and letting her go through the pile of donation items!” wrote Jessica. “She was sooo excited because I made a super healthy dinner, she’s been trying to lose weight and has not had the money for healthy food. We had dinner laughing and talking about fun recipes and workouts. lol She stopped and looked to the sky and thanked Jesus and the universe with tears over and over.”

My Heart Is Full

""My heart is full! Tonight I went to the bank right before it closed. At 6pm the parking lot emptied out and I got in my car and was texting a few people back, when I got a knock on my window. It was a woman crying. I rolled down my window half way and asked her if she was ok. She started crying even more and said, ‘My name is Kimesha and I'm stranded here from hurricane Irma and don't have enough money to get home.’ I couldn't understand the entire story through the tears but from what I could get, she had gone to her dad's funeral and her flight layover was in Miami and all of the flights were canceled right before the storm, including hers. She was kicked out of the airport when they closed and was told all the shelters were full and she should go to this hotel by the airport. She went to the hotel and they charged her to sleep in the lobby because the hotel was at capacity, she showed me the receipts. She used the rest of the money she had to her name to stay safe until the storm passed and was out of money and couldn't even eat.I just got back to Miami after evacuating and made a HUGE pile of things to donate. I also wanted to donate my time and energy to people that really need love and light right now. Literally right after putting that out to the universe, she comes knocking on my window.I got on the phone with Southwest Airlines and told them what was going on and asked them if I could donate my points to her and get her on a flight home, they said yes! We both looked at each other with such excitement. I got out of the car and gave her a huge hug and asked her where she was staying and if I could give her a ride back there since it wasn't close. (For all of you thinking about my safety, I have crazy gut feelings and it was a ‘hell yes’ to help her.) This woman was harmless and just needed some love and light. I ended up stopping back at my house and making her dinner, snacks for the airport, and letting her go through the pile of donation items! She was sooo excited because I made a super healthy dinner, she's been trying to lose weight and has not had the money for healthy food. We had dinner laughing and talking about fun recipes and workouts. lol She stopped and looked to the sky and thanked Jesus and the universe with tears over and over.She prayed for help… while I prayed for a way to know who/how to help. The universe works in the most amazing ways. She has money to the get to the airport, a flight home, a full tummy, snacks for the plane, a great personal development book, and lots of fun goodies that she took from my pile! She is not the only one that needs help, so many people are in contrasting situations after these hurricanes, they were devastating for so many. If you feel it in your heart to contribute in anyway please let me know and I'll point you in the right direction. So many people need things in Florida, Houston, and the islands that got hit!Things like today put my life in such perspective…I have a roof over my head, a thriving business that I can work from anywhere, and I came home to very little damage compared to most…GRATEFUL is an understatement.Moral to the story- ‘For it is in the giving that we receive.’ •We are all one •We are in this together •Ask and the universe will answer•Love you all!”#LoveWhatMattersCredit: Jessica Haley

Posted by Love What Matters on Friday, September 22, 2017

“She prayed for help… while I prayed for a way to know who/how to help. The universe works in the most amazing ways,” explained Jessica. “She has money to the get to the airport, a flight home, a full tummy, snacks for the plane, a great personal development book, and lots of fun goodies that she took from my pile! She is not the only one that needs help, so many people are in contrasting situations after these hurricanes, they were devastating for so many,” she added.

“Things like today put my life in such perspective,” concluded Jessica. “I have a roof over my head, a thriving business that I can work from anywhere, and I came home to very little damage compared to most…GRATEFUL is an understatement. Moral to the story – ‘For it is in the giving that we receive.'”

While this hurricane season has brought destruction the likes of which many of us have not seen in our lifetimes, it has also inspired people to come together like never before. There is evil in this world, to be sure, but it has been matched time and again by the goodness of the human spirit and the transformative power of God’s grace.

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