I was on the Virgin east coast train from London on the 27th of January. I got on at Peterborough. I found a seat, and rang my mum. I was rather stressed and upset over my financial situation, and was trying to locate what had happened to £35 that had been sent to me over a bank transfer. I spoke to her about how little money I had, how worried I was about my finances and I got upset. After speaking to my mum, I hung up the phone and went to sleep. I woke up about half an hour later, and noticed a napkin on my lap. Under the napkin was £100. I started to cry. This was because I was incredibly thankful for the kindness—to someone I don't even know! After a terrible 18 months when I lost my father and both of his parents, it showed me that there is kindness; there are good people in the world. I will pass the kindness on. I want to say “Thank you” to the person who gave me this gift; I hope you will possibly see this passage.