The man in the picture below is James Varnado, a shopper at the Target store in Kenner, Louisiana. One day, the parking lot was so drenched by a torrential downpour that, instead of rushing to their cars, customers waited out the storm inside the store. But Varnado had something nobody else had -- a huge umbrella and an even bigger heart.
He was drenched from head to toe but had a smile on his face as he escorted mothers and kids to their cars and helped them unload their purchases. According to photographer Deepak Saini, "Every time he returned he said, 'Who's next?' with a big grin." Why did Varnado do this? "People are people," he explained. "It doesn't matter if you're the richest person in the world or the poorest. Somebody needs help? Help 'em."