Good Acts and Stories

Anytime a person helps another two things happen. There is a release, which is a feeling of safety and empowerment. There is a feeling of accomplishment, strength and value. Each of these feelings are energy flow and the mechanics of Goodology – the greatest currency.

Hearing Impaired Girl Helps Derrick Coleman

Hearing Impaired Girl Helps Derrick Coleman Derrick Coleman: The deaf Super Bowl champion who broke the sound barrier http://t.co/3RNb5sZArk pic.twitter.com/8Q3fiB0Wut — Phonak – Life is On (@phonak) August 7, 2015 Derrick Coleman of the Seattle Seahawks played in the Super Bowl on Feb 2, 2014. The difference between Derrick and all the other players on…

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Helping Others Through Knitting – You Can Do It Too!

Helping Others Through Knitting Here are two stories where caring people began helping others through knitting! It’s an activity that most of us can do. Each project below has begun recently. Acts of kindness are within reach and you can start today! 1. 86-Year-Old Grandfather with Cancer Helps Hundreds of Premature Babies He just learned…

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Small Acts of Kindness are Big

Small Acts of Kindness are Big! A helping hand doesn’t need to be big in size. Small acts of kindness are the helpful attitude that matters the most. There are a few sides to each act of kindness. The Gift of Kindness The Recipient of the gift Kindness The Witnesses of that gesture Everyone benefits. The…

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Patriot’s Fan Happy with an Act of Kindness

Patriot’s Fan Happy with an Act of Kindness Joey Jacobsen was 10 years old when the woodcutting accident happened. He’s come a long way since and is happy with an act of kindness from Patriot strong safety Patrick Chung. Here is a note from the Grand Forks Herald: This story of miracles and belief began…

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Santa Shows Autistic Boy He is Nice not Naughty

Autistic Boy is Nice not Naughty! Landon Johnson will be fine in his life. But, he got hung up on something he had been told by adults. They have said, “you don’t need to be so naughty,” or, “why are you so naughty?” Well, Landon didn’t start talking until he was almost 4 years old. He…

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Homeless Children See Through a New Lens

Homeless Children – New Lens One hundred percent of the student population is at or below the poverty line. Homeless children are the largest percentage. So, the lens through which these kids see life tends to lean toward sacrifice, hunger, lack of stability, lack of basic hygiene, abuse, violence, drugs and more. Although a wonderful environment…

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Andrea Harrington for State Senate

Positive Example for State Senator I am writing to encourage you to do two things: 1. Vote on Thursday September 8th in the Western Massachusetts Senate Election. 2. Make that vote for Andrea Harrington. We need someone who will be a positive example and to create a solid foundation on which to build. Let me explain While…

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Raimundo Arruda Sobrinho Homeless Poet

Raimundo Arruda Sobrinho Homeless Poet Raimundo Arruda Sobrinho  is 77 years old. He had been homeless for 35 years. That is until Shalla Monteiro met him in April 2011. Shalla said that Raimundo used to live in a place that he called, “the island,” which is simply the grass on a street median. When she saw him…

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114 Year Old Bernando LaPallo Five Foods for a Healthy Life

Bernando LaPallo: Suggestions on Healthy Living Bernando LaPallo was born in 1901, so at the time of this writing that makes him 114 years old. LaPallo commented, “they had no automobiles, no airplanes. I saw them all come about.” LaPallo sure has come a long way. He said, “well, I know you have heard the old…

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Kindness on September 11th

Kindness on September 11th You don’t need something bad to happen to perform a good act. But, September 11th, 2017 is the 16th anniversary of the attacks that changed our world forever. It’s a wound in our psyche that is hard to heal. Habits are hard to change also. Here, step out of day to…

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