This story about a Passover meal is reducing people to tears

Jessica Brown@Jessica_E_Brown
Tuesday 11 April 2017 14:30

Journalist James Masters tweeted an open invitation for anyone in London who had nowhere to go for Seder, a Jewish meal that marks the beginning of Passover, one of the most times in the Jewish calendar.

Samantha Gross, who follows Masters on Twitter, took him up on the offer, joining him at his parents’ house that evening.

She later tweeted about the evening she had:

She said Masters restored her faith that “no matter where you are in the world, even thousands of miles away from home, you can always find a friend”.

And his' good deed hasn't gone unnoticed online. He tweeted:

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