Faith In Humanity Restored
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A Mom Adopted Her Best Friend's Four Daughters After Their Mother Died Of Cancer
A community is banding together to support a woman who adopted her best friend’s four young daughters after their single mom died of brain cancer earlier this year. ------I’m not crying, you’re crying. And someone tell those ninjas to stop cutting onions.
If a picture says a 1000 words, this one could write a novel. This country has been heating up not just because of the summer but also because of the very high tensions between the black community, specifically the teenagers and young adults, the paranoid, racist police officers who shoot first and play the victim and the ultra-racist, skinhead fans of the confederate flag. And here we have a black police officer helping an old white supremacist suffering from heat stroke.
The Moment A Colorblind Guy Sees Purple For The First Time
Green grass. A pink highlighter. A purple can of Lysol wipes. Normal, tiny, everyday things we all take for granted and don’t even notice. But for someone with colorblindness, truly seeing them in all their color can be as beautiful as seeing a Picasso painting. Just watch this 5 minute video of someone being given special glasses that allows them to see full colors for the first time.
This Stormtrooper Walked Over 600 Miles To Comic Con To Honor His Late Wife
Kevin Doyle decided to honor his late wife and Star Wars megafan, Eileen, by walking all the way to San Diego Comic-Con from Rancho Obi-Wan, the famous Star Wars museum in Petaluma, California. She died from cancer in 2012 but he was still “stuck” in that time, unable to move on. So he decided to honor her memory and give himself some closure by walking 532 miles, carrying a donations basket for Eileen’s Little Angels, a nonprofit that helps children going through chemo.
Taylor Swift Donated $15,000 To The Firefighter Who Saved His Own Family
It is the absolute worst nightmare from hell for anybody that saves people for a living, whether it’s a firefighter, cop, soldier, nurse or doctor: realizing your family are the victims whose lives are in danger. Texas firefighter Aaron VanRiper learned that firsthand when he responded to the scene of a car crash and found his wife on the ground and 7 year old son in the car. Both were hospitalized but they don’t have health insurance. They set up a GoFundMe page and Taylor Swift donated $15K.
17-year old rejects Duke's rejection letter
17 year old Siobhan O'Dell from North Carolina has become a viral sensation for her bold response to a rejection letter from Duke University. "Thank you for your rejection letter of March 26, 2015. After careful consideration, I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept your refusal to offer me admission into the Fall 2015 freshman class at Duke."
Watch Robert Downey Jr. Give This Boy His Own ‘Iron Man’ Prosthetic Arm
As if we didn’t know that Robert Downey, Jr. is just about the most perfect person ever, then he does this. He teamed up with Tyler Petresky, a young genius inventor who’s made his name 3-D printing prosthetic limbs and Albert Manero, who with Tyler and three dozen other college students have started Limbitless Solutions. (Get it?) They brought in a 7 year old boy with a malformed arm and Tony Stark presented him with his very own Iron Man-themed prosthetic arm. Better grab the Kleenex.
No One Showed Up To A Little Boy With Autism's Birthday, So His Mom Asked Facebook For Help
After a 6 year old autistic boy's mother invited a bunch of kids to his birthday party and no one showed up, she became distraught and asked for help on Facebook. What happened next restored my faith in humanity. Not everybody on the Internet are horrible douchebags.
911 dispatcher breaks rules to save tot's life - CNN Video
When a 911 dispatcher received a call about a baby not breathing and turning blue, he had a decision to make. He could guide the baby’s grandmother through CPR but since his department wasn’t certified to give CPR instructions, he might get disciplined. Because he took the risk, the 17 month old child is alive today and his family will be visiting their hero at the police station for years to come.