Saturday morning, customers at Maple's Bakery in Yarmouth, Maine were surprised with a free breakfast by a mystery man who stepped up to the counter and requested to pay for himself and the 58 customers to follow. He told the staff he wanted to honor the victims of the Las Vegas shooting.

"He wanted to be an inspiration to people," Robin Ray, owner of Maple's Bakery, told CBS News. "Everybody has been down about all the things going down in the country — hurricanes, the shooting. His main goal was to show we can all do things for other people. We can all turn somebody's bad day around."

"We have good food, good coffee, but really we have good people," Ray said. "His good deed was not left undone. People will continue to do good things, and if they were already inspired to do good things — this is more inspiration for them."

Kindness. Pay it forward :)


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