‘I’m watching a miracle right now’: Heartwarming moment patient Louisiana grocer lets autistic man stock store with him for 30minutes
- Jordan Taylor, a grocer at Rouses Markets in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was filmed assisting Jack Ryan stock the shelves for 30minutes on Sunday
- The pair diligently put dairy products and fruit juices away, with Taylor handing items for Ryan to then put away
- ‘This young man took the time to slow down and allow Jack Ryan to help for over 30 minutes, guiding him as he finished his task’ said Delaney Edwards Alwosaibi
- Alwosaibi, Ryan’s sister, took a picture with Taylor and launched a GoFundMe campaign for him
By MATTHEW WRIGHT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
PUBLISHED: 14:47 EDT, 1 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:55 EDT, 1 August 2018
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A heartwarming moment between a local Louisiana grocer and an autistic customer is proving that it’s truly the little things that count.
Jordan Taylor, an employee at Rouses Markets in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was filmed assisting Jack Ryan – who is autistic – stock the shelves for 30minutes on Sunday.
‘We all know autism makes going out difficult, and sometimes grocery stores can be a challenge,’ said Delaney Edwards Alwosaibi, Ryan’s sister, in the post’s caption.
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How patient are we with our fellow humans?
Could we exhibit 0ne tenth of this fellows effort — 3 minutes?
Not sure I could. The next time I am challenged, I’ll remember this young man.
Maybe you can too?
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