Photos Series Focuses On The Positive Stories Happening In The World To Restore Some Faith In Humanity


  1. 11 Things Have Changed

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  2. 12 Found An Old Letter Sent To My Mother Who Was Struggling To Make Payments On My Trumpet

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  3. 13 On My Hellish NYC Commute

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  4. 14 This 72-Year-Old Widower Has Taken His Wife’s Portrait To The Pier Where They Fell In Love Every Morning Since She Died Seven Years Ago

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  5. 15 My Graduating Class And Our 92-Year-Old Class Mate

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  6. 16 The Halls Of A High School In Texas Filled With Students Supporting Their Classmate After His Mother Lost Her Battle With Cancer

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  7. 17 Young Man Comes In Alone, Sees The Older Lady Eating By Herself, Asks To Join Her. Instant Friends. This Is What Is Right In The World

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  8. 18 A Teenager Wrote Over 40 Heartfelt Notes And Attached Them To The Railings Of England’s Wearmouth Bridge To Offer Solace To People Facing A Mental Health Crisis. Police Have Credited Her With Saving 6 Lives So Far

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  9. 19 A Hero's Story

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    "My cousin, Emily, has a 10 year old son named Ryker. Ryker, who loves cats, was very excited to get his new lunchbox. Unfortunately because of its colors, or because it has cats, or both he was teased about it by other boys in his class. He even wanted to stop taking his lunch so he wouldn't be teased about it any longer. I have decided, however, to stand with my little cousin and show him that a man can love whatever he wants and not be afraid to express that love. So I have ordered the same lunchbox for myself and proudly carried it to work today at my large, conservative, corporate workplace. I've told anyone who asked the story behind my lunchbox and to a person, they all stand with Ryker too. There's no one way to be a man. Men can be colorful. Men can be expressive. Men can be emotional and silly and gleeful. I love my new lunchbox and I hope Ryker and all the other boys out there can see that their passion and self-expression is never something to be ashamed of."

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  10. 20 I’m Actually Crying. I Live In A Building With An Autistic Man Who Is Bipolar And Has Angry Outbursts. Last Week He Said Something Really Unkind. He Struggles With Understanding He’s In The Wrong And Apologising But He Gave Me This Today

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