A hungry, homeless man saw an older woman struggling to carry her heavy grocery bags. He helped her out and carried them to her house. The next day, the grocery store owner’s men grabbed him by his shirt and brought him to the store after the woman found something she never shopped for in her bag.
They say there is light at the end of the tunnel, but for some people, it is easier said than done. Texas-based carpenter Alfred Tyler’s story is such. When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas in 2017, it ruined more than just his home.
Alfred lost his house to the catastrophic flooding. And the only person he called family, his beloved wife Sophia, was one among the hundreds who lost their lives. Read the full story here ▶