What Made This Man Smile, Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

It’s true that we live in a crazy world. It’s full of cold hearted people, mindless and inconsiderate people, selfish people. But, don’t lose hope. There are a fair share of good people out there, too. And, you’ll come across those people when you least expect it.

The man pictured below is a waiter at a diner in Kansas. He met one of the nicest men while working. What this man did, changed his life. A stranger with a good heart, and a selfless personality. If only the rest of the world operated under the same principles. Wouldn’t that be a great world to live in!


Brian Maixner is the guy in the red shirt. He’s a waiter at the Doo-Dah Diner in Wichita, Kansas.


Unfortunately, Maixner has struggled with serious dental problems since he was a kid. He was missing teeth and many of the ones he did have were infected. He didn’t have the money to get them fixed either.


All of that changed, incredibly, when Maixner waited on an out-of-towner who happened to stop by the diner. Attorney Fred Boettcher told local reporters that he struggled with similar dental problems as a child.


When he saw Maixner’s smile, Boettcher decided to do something really special.

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Boettcher went to Doo-Dah Diner manager Timirie Shibley and asked if he could tip $25,000 on top of his meal to make sure Maixner could get a new set of chompers.


“No matter what religion you might be or whether you even believe in an afterlife, the way to be satisfied in your life is to be kind to everybody and be as generous as you possibly can be,” Boettcher told the local news.


So how does Maixner look after several trips down to Boettcher’s dentist in Ponca City, Oklahoma?


…Waaaaaayyyyyy different!

Have you ever done any selfless acts out of pure kindness? Pay it forward? Share with friends!

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