This is the heartwarming moment an adored cleaner at Bristol University in the U.K. was moved to tears after students raised £1,500 (~R27,000) so that he and his wife could visit family in Jamaica.
Herman Gordon, whose "positive energy" brightened students' days, could barely speak after being gifted the money on Tuesday.
Explaining his positive approach to life, Gordon told BBC Newsbeat it was important to keep away "negative vibes".
"I know that these students are studying. You don't want any negative vibes around them," he said.
"They speak good things to me, I speak good things to them, and I bless them all."
The money was raised via a JustGiving page, which described Gordon as "the epitome of happiness" during his 12 years at the university.
Gordon came to the U.K. as a 15-year-old in 1967, as part of the Windrush generation, and hasn't visited his family in Kingston in four years.
He is also due to celebrate his 23rd wedding anniversary with wife Denise in July.
A note given to Gordon along with the gift read: "We would like to thank you for all the positive energy you have given to us throughout the years. You have brightened many of our days and we want you to know that we love and appreciate you.
"We have come together to give you a special gift as our way of saying thank you. Have a great summer."