An older man was standing outside our front door. He was wearing a yarmulke on so I figure he was an Orthodox Jew. He held out the phone. "Is this yours?" he asked me. "I have been trying since Saturday night to reach you. I tried the number that said 'our residence' and the number that said 'Mommy.' He finally reached my husband and drove over to return the phone to us. This afternoon, I headed to the t-mobile store near the high school where I work and had the phone reactivated. I told the clerk, a college student, my story. "If it had been an iphone you never would have gotten it back. People just take things,"she said.
I paused for a moment to gather my thoughts. "Well," I said, "This man would have returned the phone no matter how fancy."
"the root of the righteous will bear fruit." Proverbs, Chapter 12