Most of them anyway and those people that are genuinely lovely more than compensate for the one or two that seem to let the side down.
Here's a little story that happened to me recently at a MBS Fair in Lytham.
I was busy reading people I had a great time and they were good readings. When I realised that I had failed to ask someone I had read had to pay for their reading. I wasn't sure who it was even, and it was my fault so I accepted the fact that it was possibly beans on toast for tea.
And then I was approached by a lady I had read earlier in the day and her daughter.
"I was in Liddle" She said
"I put my hand in my pocket and there was the money for the reading I had, I'm terribly sorry I forget to pay you"
This act of kindness on this lady's part really, really meant so much. She could have easily not bothered she could have easily not come back. But she did.
She didn't realise how much it meant to me. She was just "doing the right thing"
How much do we shape the world we live in and influence other people's lives just by doing the right thing? Let's think about that, we all shape our worlds more than we can ever realise,