Is There Goodness in the World – See For Yourself

The planet does not need more successful people. The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers & lovers of all kinds.
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The world right now seems so empty of compassion and genuine kindness, even in our daily lives people seem indifferent at best, aggressive and hostile at worst. Sometimes we need to remind ourselves there are good people in the world.

Here are a few examples, some are just small acts of kindness in this impatient world of haste, selfishness and greed.

A cashier patiently helps an elderly man count out his change.

A man lovely cares for an injured fox nursing him back to health

This next act of kindness will restore your faith in humanity. A homeless man uses all the money he has to help a woman stranded alone by the roadside without patrol.

Woman raises £300k for homeless man who gave her his last £15

“Kate McClure, 27, started the Gofundme.com page when she became stranded on the Interstate 95 in Philadelphia and homeless man, Johnny Bobbit Jr walked a few blocks and bought her some with his last £15.

Ms McClure did not have any cash to repay him that night, but returned to the road with cash, clothes and food to say thank you.

She then set up the fundraising page in the hopes of getting £10,000 to help towards housing for Johnny, reports the Metro.”

Continue reading the full story

https://www.aol.co.uk/travel/2017/11/25/woman-raises-300k-homeless-man-gave-her-last-15-pound/

This woman saves the life of a faun by giving her CPR – so good to know that there are people who care about animals and will go the extra mile to save a life.

This adorable little bear won’t let go of the person who saved him from a fire.

Rescuers risk their lives to free a cougar caught in a trap

This man saves the life of a Bengulea dolphin

In this final good deed story a man risks his life to save a goat.

 

You can always give something, Even if it is only kindness.
Anne Frank

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