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He Didn’t Pay For A Haircut 5 Years Ago. What It Leads To? Oh My.. This Is PRICELESS.

What you’re about to see is currently one of the most popular posts on all of Facebook. In the last 24 hours alone, it has received over 75,000 likes, 15,000 shares, and well over 3,000 comments. We think you’re going to absolutely love it!

Written by Facebook user, Marlo Matthews, he tells us the story of a man who comes into his barbershop regularly. That man’s name is Mr. Earl and he suffers from a disease that seriously impairs his memory. If you were to tell him something today, he would have no memory of it by tomorrow.

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Marlo goes on to tell us what he did for Mr. Earl when his brother died five years ago. It’s an act of kindness that’s so good you won’t be able to help but smile! Take a look below to see the entire story.

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Marlo Matthews

“The man in the chair is Mr. Earl….Mr. Earl lives in the assisted living home next door to the shop, he has a memory disease that if you tell him something today he forgets so if you tell him again tomorrow it’s like new information to him….his brother used to come to the shop and pay me every week to cut his hair. Then later Mr. Earl would come and ask me did his brother pay me so he can get a cut, I would always say yes sir your debt is already paid….Mr. Earl’s brother died 5 years ago and he doesn’t remember, he still comes every week and always asks me is his debt paid….I ALWAYS STILL SAY YES SIR, YOUR DEBT IS PAID and cut his hair….i know Mr. Earl’s brother is in heaven looking down watching out for us THATS PAYMENT ENOUGH…some things are better than money….AMEN”

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