Stories of Kindness from Around the World

Flood Trapped Bakery Staff Bake For Harvey Victims

--by petroskryf, posted Sep 9, 2017
Every morning when I switch on my computer or my TV, there are more news about the disastrous impact of Hurricane Harvey on the thousands of people in Texas.

While taking notice of all these distressing events, there are also the bright sparks of good news that confirm the goodness of mankind as well.

As a journalist, I wrote many human interest stories during my career – and that’s why the story about the guys in the bakery caught my eye:

When staff at a Mexican bakery chain in Houston were trapped inside the building for two days, they didn’t sit there feeling sorry for themselves. No, while still having electricity, they decided to bake loads of bread to distribute in the community.

Now isn’t this just kindness in action? Loaves turning into loads of goodwill.

You can read the full story Here. 
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Readers Comments

Marleen wrote: πŸ˜πŸ™πŸ‘ΌπŸ˜‡ they have a great way to react in adversity: true response-ability!
kjoyw wrote: Saw this wonderful story on the news and also read about in the Huffington Post! Great story and great kindness. Thank you for posting this!
michelelpurcel wrote: How awesome. I love stories like that. I know I go on Yahoo and look up odd news and those kind of stories are on there. Spread those good stories. :)
leoladyc728 wrote: wonderful kindness
alisamom wrote: I JUST now read that story, how inspiring! thanks for sharing it here
janfour wrote: gosh i love that so much
patjos wrote: Cool Bakers!
Kixx wrote: As a Mexican, I just loved this story, especially now that my people are being so abused by certain men in power. I'm also sure these panaderos have been well treated by their community, to make them want to reciprocate. Lovely story, thank you for sharing.
Helenconnell2 wrote: Excellent news xxxx
splain wrote: Now they did the right thing and provided what is needed. Great story

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