We all do little things every day that we take for granted, but they mean the world to other people. One of Evoni Williams’s customers at the Waffle House was having trouble doing one of those things. The disabled senior citizen could not cut his ham, she was happily willing to help him out. That one small act of kindness may not seem much to you, but it meant the world to the hungry man who may have choked on his food or have gone hungry without her. A customer was touched enough by her kind act that she took a picture and posted it on social media, before long her act of kindness went viral. A local school learned that she was working there to save money to go to business school, and decided that she was the kind of person that they wanted at their school and stepped up with a $16,000 college scholarship! While not everyone who does good deeds will be honored during their lifetime on earth in such a way, we all should keep our hearts open for opportunities to make the world a better place. You don’t have to have superpowers to be a hero, just be willing to use your God-given talents to help others in need.