Stories like this need to be shared more often. This is what being human is all about.

This certainly isn't the first time we've shared a story like this and I hope it's not the last. I love stories like this. I live for stories like this. In my opinion, this is what being human is all about. We share this earth for the short amount of time we're on it and we need to take care of one another.

This story takes place in Rockwall, Texas in the Dallas area.

According to WDAF, a group of people came together to purchase a vehicle for 20-year-old Justin Korva. Many people had never met Justin. It all stemmed from a Facebook photo from Andy Mitchell, who had just given Justin a ride to work after seeing him walking in the 90-degree heat. The caption told people that if they want a job badly enough, they will go out and get one regardless of the circumstances, like not having a car.

That post got a lot of feedback and sparked an idea to buy Justin a car.

In less than 48 hours, donors had pulled together $5,500. That money, coupled with the willingness of a Toyota dealership to drop its price on a Camry, bought Justin a new car as well as insurance coverage for a year, two years worth of oil changes and a $500 gas card. Aside from enjoying his new car, Justin plans on paying this kindness forward somehow in the future.