Category Archive for: Their smallest acts

A year without showering

As of today it has been one year since my last shower. Yes, I know that sounds crazy and a year ago I would have agreed with you. I was a regular showering guy for the first 26 years of my life. Well, maybe not every single day, but just about. So how does a…

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Great reaction on negative comments

Honey Maid is a manufacturer of cookies and crackers and also responsible for a great commercial. However their latest commercial attracted some negative response of some viewers. In the commercial they show a gay couple with their baby, a coloured woman with her white husband and their family and an alternative looking dad playing with…

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Fuck the poor

Charity asks Londoners to put their money where their mouths are in controversial ‘Fuck The Poor’ campaign. The Pilion Trust, a charity which helps some of the poorest and most vulnerable,has conducted a social experiment on the people of London to see if we really do care about those who are less fortunate. A man…

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The smallest act of kindness of LVI

At LVI, they help to build self-esteem in the belief that once people see the value within themselves, they will begin to see that value in others.

A cab driver ‘s smallest act

A cab driver experiences the most important day of his life by contributing his smallest act of kindness.

God’s wife

The astonished lad caught her by the hand, and looking up in her face, with tears in his eyes, answered the question with these words: “Are you God’s wife?

Giraffe kisses friend goodbye

Eijs was wheeled around the zoo in his hospital bed and several giraffes became curious when he was brought to their inside enclosure.

Eight year old boy helps to pay student’s lunch

An eight-year-old’s “heart of gold” has touched people all over the world with a campaign he recently launched to help pay for lunches of poor students.

Surfing for change – Kyle Thiermann

Several years ago, when Thiermann was 19, he released the short film Claim Your Change on YouTube and generated big waves among environmentalists and beyond

Walking from Beijing to Ürümqi

Christoph Rehage started walking on November 2007 and stopped in October 2008. He traveled over 4500 kilometers. All of the distance from Beijing to Ürümqi

Plastic Whale

The first professional plastic fishing company was founded in Amsterdam. Their goal is to free the waters from plastic and use it to create design objects. There mission is to gou out of business, because in this case overfishing is a positive phenomenon. To free the canals of Amsterdam of plastic waste is a great…

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The importance of ” Organic “

Watch this video about a girl’s observations about sweet potatoes. At a young age she discovers herself that “organic” isn’t always organic.

14 Year old boy wrote amazing poem

Derek Nichols recently tweeted a poem written by his 14-year-old brother Jordan. Clearly, Jordan, is quite insightful for his young age.

101 idea’s for random acts of kindness

Start a competition with a group of friends to see who can commit the most acts of kindness in a month. (Everyone wins!)

Homeless man helps addicts and abused women

A former homeless man is now one of his country’s biggest lottery winners. László Andraschek, of Hungary, was on his way to a workshop for recovering alcoholics back in September, when he decided to spend his last coins on a lottery ticket, the Guardian reports. Expecting the same bad luck and disappointment that had befallen…

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Girls going wild in red light district

So you think you will dance? Sometimes things are not what they seem. Men, women and children are trafficked – tricked, forced and exploited in the sex industry. More than 12 million people are now victims of forced prostitution and labor across the world. The buying and selling of humans is a $32 billion global…

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Imagine John Lennon was right.

And that’s why he spent his free time to visualize the song “Imagine” of John Lennon for those who refuse to understand the lyrics

Our hero of the day tells he’s gay

Star college football player and National Football League hopeful Michael Sam announced Sunday that he’s gay and has since received support

Paying it forward, one coffee at a time.

Many years ago in Naples, Italy, a tradition was born… Espresso Sospeso. Translating as ‘suspended coffee’, the idea is simple. Someone goes into a cafe, bakery, restaurant and pre-purchases a coffee or food. This is then a ‘suspended coffee’. Someone in need can then go into the business and ask if they have any suspended coffees. They are then…

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Fine-art skateboards for a good cause

Eleven years ago, Belgian skateboarder Charles-Antoine Bodson bought a deck used by pro skater Mark Gonzales that featured artwork by Keith Haring. He was hooked, and started collecting. He soon had 2,000 decks, including pieces by Banksy, Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons, but was at a loss as to what to do with them. “I’m…

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