Daily Archives: March 8, 2013

“He’s Kind of Like God, But He’s Not God. And He’s Kind of Like Martin Luther King, But He’s Not Martin Luther King”

Michael Garcia, age 45, is a waiter at Laurenzo’s Prime Rib on Washington Avenue in Houston, Texas. He frequently waits on Milo Castillo, a five-year-old boy with Down Syndrome, and Milo’s family. In early 2013, a family asked to be … Continue reading

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A Classic Good Deed: Helping a Woman with a Cane Cross the Street

In March 2013 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Antonio Pines was earning his salary holding a sign and waving a hand to attract the attention of driversby to the sign. He noticed a woman with a cane who needed help crossing the … Continue reading

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