Positive Example

Kindness on September 11th

Kindness on September 11th I have always said that you don’t need something bad to happen to perform a good act. But, September 11th, 2016 is the 15th 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,…

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Worst Day Ever

Worst Day Ever This is an uplifting message by a teenager in Brooklyn, NY. Her message has gone viral around the globe. Chanie Gorkin, a junior at the all-girls Lubavitch high school Beth Rivkah in Crown Heights wrote the poem for a school assignment last year. After the assignment, she posted the poem, titled “Worst…

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Dr Wayne Dyer Has Passed

Dr Wayne Dyer It was with great sadness when I found out today that Dr. Wayne Dyer (May 10, 1940 to August 30, 2015) had passed away. I was also a bit surprised. I went on a cruise (a writing cruise) with Dr. Dyer and watched him live a quite healthy life. I know he liked…

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Mom Searches for Boy Who Showed Act of Kindness to Son

A Boy’s Act of Kindness in Florida Act of Kindness – A Florida mom is searching for a young boy that performed an act of kindness with her special needs son, Kaden. She and her sister brought Kaden to the science center on Thursday August 13th, 2015. While at the science center, she noticed a boy…

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Georgia Football Star is Positive Influence Through Reading

Positive Influence – Be like Malcolm. Here’s a story of positive influence that will make you smile. I didn’t know what to expect when I watched it, but I am impressed by this young man named Malcolm Mitchell. It began with a chance encounter in a Barnes and Noble book store between the young football star…

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Pittsburgh Detective Shows Kindness to Abused and Neglected Brothers

Detective Shows Kindness to Abused Brothers Hero Story – This is the type of hero story that we love and need in the world. Jack Mook is a tough detective working at the Pittsburgh Police Department. He met two brothers, Josh (15) and Jessie (11), when volunteering at the Steel City Boxing Gym. Detective Mook really…

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Man with Cerebral Palsy Creates Art with Typewriter

This is an inspirational story about a man who creates art on a typewriter with one finger. And more, he has a disability. He was born with severe Cerebral Palsy. He is described as “a humble man, a real gentle soul.” They say, “the artist is even more inspiring than his art.” Watch – Hey…

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NBA Center Witnesses Act of Kindness by Police Officer

Roy Hibbert is a center in the National Basketball Association. He’s tall – 7’2″. Under most circumstances you’d probably see him in the crowd! But, in this case he was in his car witnessing an act of kindness by a police officer. The officer gave a pair of boots to a homeless man. Hibbert wrote,…

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Daughter Diagnosed with Cancer, NFL Player Cut from Team

He broke down in tears and couldn’t stop crying. His daughter (“the energetic light of his life”) is diagnosed with stage 4 pediatric cancer. After that, NFL player Devon Still’s play on the football field decreased because his attention was less than on football at that point. So, the Bengals cut Still from the team.…

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Inspiring Journey for Underprivileged Kids

These kids got outside of themselves and saw the world – through photography. Many homeless and underprivileged children from Children First Academy in Phoenix, Arizona felt an extreme sense of accomplishment. Professional photographer Karen Shell taught these kids a skill. She shared her love, confidence, compassion and photography skills with these kids. And, you can…

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