Heartwarming WestJet Christmas Miracle

I saw this fabulous story on the news tonight about a heartwarming WestJet Christmas Miracle and was so touched by it. Normally people would rather not deal with airports and flights during the holidays if they don't have to--but this made traveling during the holidays for these people totally worth it. Here is the full 5-minute amazing story. I just love this time of year!



Questions for you: What did you think of this story? Who do you think got more blessed by this Christmas miracle, the WestJet employees or the passengers?


 
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14 comments:

  1. I loved this video! It so made me smile when I discovered it yesterday. I'd love for you to join us for Three Word Wednesday! All you need is to begin with three word... "Westjet Christmas Miracle."
    Wishing you a blessed day.
    Visiting from DYWW.
    Beth

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  2. Thanks, Beth! Will do! God bless you richly!

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  3. I saw this on FB this morning and nearly cried. Undoubtedly it was Westjet employees who got the greater blessing. As it says in the Bible it is greater to give than to receive. I hope all the employees involved were able to view the video. I wonder what the world would be like if more companies began to think "How can we best help/bless our customers?" before they ask "How can we improve our bottom line?"

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    1. I agree, Debra! "Undoubtedly it was Westjet employees who got the greater blessing. As it says in the Bible it is greater to give than to receive." Yes, if only more companies focused their efforts on the customer needs above their own. That would be awesome if companies like WestJet were the norm and not the exception. God bless you abundantly!

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  4. You asked who's blessed by this story, and I'd say I am. I'm so glad to hear "Merry Christmas," to know a company goes out of its way to create a "miracle," and to see the internet used for something positive. Thanks for your cute post!

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    1. Diane, I'm so glad you were blessed! Yes, I was very encouraged, too, to see a company go "out of its way to create a "miracle," and to see the internet used for something positive." God bless you tremendously!

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  5. That was fantastic! I'd love to be involved in something like this.

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    1. Me too, Alison! Wouldn't that be awesome to be a part of blessing so many people? God bless you significantly!

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  6. Fantastic!!! I am in tears!!! What a wonderful thing to do!!!! Thank you for this blessing Brooke!!!!

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    1. So happy this blessed you heart, Natasha! I agree, it was such a wonderful thing to do! And for 250 passengers...wow! God bless you immensely!

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  7. This is a happy story and probably the employees were the ones most blessed!!

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    1. I agree, Hazel! They probably were. God bless you tremendously!

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  8. I saw this on Facebook the other day, Brooke, and it made me smile! what a great blessing this company gave to so many people. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Yes, Laura, I imagine it is a Christmas they'll never forget. God bless you greatly!

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Thank you for taking the time to share. May God bless you richly!