This gentleman is Dan Coyne and he is a school social worker, making him a working-class hero indeed, but that's not quite what makes him so amazing. Tomorrow, he's going under the knife to save the life of another being.
After noticing that his favourite cashier was becoming frail, he inquired as to why. It turned out that she had been working while receiving renal dialysis. Dan and his family began to pray for the woman and when she didn't get better, he offered to give her one of his kidneys. After initially refusing, she agreed to permit Mr. Coyne to be tested. While nobody in her family matched, he did. And he repeated his offer to the immigrant mother of two, and she accepted. She will likely live to be a grandmother because of the greatest gift from a man who loves his mum so much that he thought no kid should see theirs die.
We will not all be in a position to give an organ to someone, but we can all do things daily to make the world a little bit more livable. We can begin by living the example. Whether it's volunteering at a food bank or fixing the car of a recently laid-off neighbour, we CAN live the kindness we wish of others. Sometimes all someone needs is a smile. The world is a much more beautiful place when every one of us learns and teaches through the positivity and kindness that is in all of us.