15 stories that will make you forget how cruel this world is
Categories: SocietyBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/15-stories-that-will-make-you-forget-how-cruel-this-world-is
Sometimes everything is so bad around us that we forget how wonderful the world can be and how kind people are. This does not mean that the problems we face every day are not important, it's just that sometimes it's worth taking a break from them.
The stories in this collection will make you smile and maybe even cry, but they will definitely be tears of happiness.
This is 15-year-old Anthony Borges. During the shooting at a high school in Florida, he defended classmates by closing the door to the classroom with his body. He received five bullet wounds.
Brian, a retired man from Dublin, cooks 50 curry trays for the homeless every night. He lives on one pension, with which he buys groceries to help the poor.
Every day during the drought in Kenya, this man carries drinking water to wild animals.
Firefighters from Arizona extinguish a fire in Mexico.
A stranger helps another stranger tie a tie.
When a resident of Barbados turns one hundred years old, a personalized stamp is issued in his honor. Very cute.
"Every morning my father leaves food for the birds in the yard so that when my mother wakes up, there will be such a picture outside the window."
The nurse wanted to bend down to hug her former patient, who was paralyzed from the waist down.
The bride's father died ten years ago, and his heart was transplanted. The man to whom the heart was transplanted led the bride down the aisle.
This elderly woman goes to the supermarket to read. The manager put up a small bench to make her more comfortable.
"I saw this man clutching a phone in his hands and smiling. I asked if I could take a picture of him. The man agreed and said that he had spoken to his wife. I asked if it was a video call. He said, 'No, but I can see her name on the screen.'"
"I was reading in a coffee shop and saw this guy who was looking for a veterinary clinic for a wounded sparrow that he had just found."
People are holding a man who is trying to commit suicide.
Ballerina Ayesha Ash walked around Rochester in a tutu to change stereotypes about women of color and inspire young people.
"The janitor at my friend's school is a big fan of the Red Hot Chili Peppers band. But the ticket prices for their concert were very high, and he decided not to go. Then all the students chipped in and bought him a ticket."