A HERO.This man protected an orphanage (with 25 orphans run by this man's mother) in Kenya from a gang of thugs with machete. A hero! The Internet collected (only was needed) to help them secure the orphanage wall & land. *Making a Difference!
Someone snapped a photo of this couple while sitting at Starbucks. This man was teaching his wife/girlfriend (no one knows yet!) the alphabet. She had lost her memory and was re-learning how to read. Patience, love and understanding at its finest.
"Sean Misner, one of the 19 firefighters who lost their lives in Arizona, on his way home. Trucks were on every overpass from Arizona to the Santa Ynez Valley, with firefighters saluting as Misner's wife drove by with his ashes.
Quand j'ai passé en revue ces 28 photos, une chose m'a paru extrêmement claire. Et tout le monde devrait vraiment voir ça.
Bobby Henline the Well-Done Comedian. On April tragedy struck when Bobby's Humvee was hit by a roadside bomb just north of Bagdad. Of five men in the vehicle, Bobby was the only survivor. Bobby believes that God kept him alive for a reason.
Good guy Cameron Lyle, University of New Hampshire athlete: asked to choose between donating bone marrow to a total stranger or competing in the championship he'd worked toward for 8 years. He ended his athletic career to save a stranger's life.
"This homeless man lives in the streets of Brazil, has several pets he treats & cares for even with little money to feed himself." / Random Acts of Kindness & Compassion for our Fellow Non-Human Animals ( )