According to Wikipedia, about 10% people of the world's population is left-handed.
Of course, with the global population rising every second, that figure is bound to fluctuate. But you get the general idea.
And one of the left-handers happens to be Shweta Singh's 4-year-old daughter who had trouble sharpening pencils at school.
Which prompted her to write a heartfelt letter to Hindustan Pencils telling them about her daughter's predicament.
And pleasantly enough, Hindustan Pencils, that happens to be the manufacturer of the popular Nataraj and Apsara pencils, responded.
By sending her sharpeners made specially for children with left-handed writing skills.
And also won our hearts in the process.
This letter from Hindustan pencils to a mother who wrote to them about the needs of her left-handed daughter is so heartwarming. It made my day, and not just because I know the kind man behind this gesture. This is a ray of sunshine in our bleak and callous times. pic.twitter.com/4Hfu0bGg1M— Shilpa Rathnam (@shilparathnam) December 15, 2017
Great effort by Hindustan pencils to make sharpeners for left handed kids! 🙌🙌 pic.twitter.com/AQikltRUNg— Bg (@bgayathri) December 15, 2017
Indeed, this is respect for equality. May this tribe increase in the world, wishing the official of Hindustan pencils a great heart ahead.— Life'Buoy' (@krishkaran2009) December 16, 2017
Great job Team of Hindustan Pencils. Appreciate your commitment to the cause of children.— Sameer Vittala (@SameerVittala) December 16, 2017
This letter from Hindustan pencils to a mother who wrote to them about the needs of her left-handed daughter is so heartwarming. pic.twitter.com/EFG7YtFnpl— Vikas Saini (@SainiVikasChd) December 15, 2017
This is brilliant & exemplary gesture of great customer service. Way to go #HindustanPencils— Amit Tiwari (@Amit_A_Tiwari) December 15, 2017
Omg.. the world has good ppl... Awesomeness.. https://t.co/pRBxWDHt5E— chennai cyclist (@muraliwritess) December 15, 2017
Great going, guys. You can read the entire post by Shweta right here.