CBNNews.com - A South Carolina man put the Golden Rule into practice when he took a pink slip in place of a struggling coworker.
"Maybe I'm old fashioned but I was brought up in the old school of people helping one another," Ralph Hanahan told WIS-TV.
Hanahan and Mike Camp were co-workers for three years at the Governor's School for Arts and Humanities in Greenville, S.C. when the company threatened layoffs.
Hanahan and his wife Jenny decided he should walk away from a 21-year tenure with the company so his friend could continue to work.
Camp has four children and one six-year-old who is autistic and requires daily therapy.
The Hanahans say they are relying on their faith now.
"God will take care of us, Jenny and I believe that very deeply," Hanahan said.
Camp said he has learned about love through the experience.
"God has taught me so much through this whole experience about loving your fellow man and how important it is," he said.
Source: WIS News