In a real-life story straight out of a movie, one husband is making sure that his wife (who suffers from dementia) is living her best life.
Tiana Sheehan was only nine years old when her mother died and her father, Glenn, suddenly found himself thrust into single parenthood.
In an incredible display of “the village,” Tessa Truman’s neighbors made it abundantly clear that she wasn’t alone.
When Emmie Tallent (who has Down syndrome) didn’t make her school’s cheer squad she responded in the most epic way possible.
It all started with one simple random act of kindness when a homeless man asked college student Sanai Graden for a cup of tea.
Some days are significantly worse than others and on one particularly bad day, Lauren was hitting rock bottom.
When one man found out that delivery drivers were throwing his packages, he decided against fighting fire with fire.
When Ted realized that he had forgotten to tip his server Hope, he immediately mailed the restaurant an apology letter and $20.
“We could bring some good into the world with it, so there was no question about it,” veteran Mikol Rowland said.
Dan Gill was nine years old when he got a harsh lesson in racism. He never forgot it. Years later, he is honoring his childhood friend.
In a TikTok video that has amassed over 3.5 million views, Susan Lehman shares the three simple words that made all the difference.
Photographer, Hannah Greenwood, was enjoying an afternoon at Znjan Beach when an elderly man on the beach caught her eye.