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Powerful Stories about Humanity

 It's not often we get to hear good news. In the media we are mostly bombarded with bad news about global warming, terrorist attacks, poverty issues and more. But ordinary people from around the world do accomplish good deeds every day, changing this world greatly. These good deeds should not go unnoticed. So if you've been feeling a little down about how things currently are in the world today, we guarantee that the good deeds below will restore your faith in humanity. 
 
 
1. One accidental text message saved a child’s life
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When this girl wanted her friend's advice for a dress, she sent the message to a wrong number. On the receiving end, Tony, a father of several children was surprised but kindly replied: 'I believe this message was intended for someone else. My wife isn't home, so I couldn't get her opinion, but the kids and I think you look stunning in your dress! You should definitely go with that one!" 
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He also attached a photo of his children giving the dress a 'thumbs up!' But the photo of the kids does not include Tony's youngest son, who was in hospital at the time. Having learned that Tony's son has cancer, the girl, Syd, shared his story on Twitter enabling her followers and other Twitter users to collect about $3,000. It is incredible to think that one kind and sympathetic reaction to someone's mistake ended up saving a child's life. 
2. Workers worked overtime so that their colleague could take care of a sick son
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36-year-old Andreas Graf, a worker from Marburg, Germany had a terrible period in his life. His wife had died and his son was diagnosed with leukemia. As his hands were tied, the man wrote a dismissal application to look after the child. Instead, a staff member from the human resources department shared Andrea's story with his colleagues, persuading them to help. So, they decided to share Andreas' shifts among themselves, so that he would not have to resign. His colleagues had worked overtime for 3,264 hours - about 400 working days, enabling him to be compensated for as paid leave.
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3. The feat of an adoptive mother
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Oksana was born with congenital malformations of the lower extremities, which later had to be amputated. She changed three orphanages and survived hunger, beatings and also, rape. She was saved by a woman named Gay Masters, a speech therapist from America. It took her two years to collect all the documents to transport the 6-year-old girl to the US. She gave her adopted daughter an excellent upbringing, instilling in her a love of sports.
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She supported her daughter in everything and at the last Paralympic Games in Pyeong Chang, she won a silver medal in a biathlon sprint and a bronze in a ski race. As for what Oksana had to say about her mother: 'She gave me my life'.
4. A happy story of saving a one-eyed dog
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Most people would have disdainfully turned and passed by if they had met Frodo the dog. But not this woman. Claudia, from Croatia gave the dog hope for a happy life, turning him into a cute and playful handsome dog and published his story online. Now Frodo has new owners, who found him on the internet on Claudia's page. 
5. $8,700 was collected for an old lady from Ekaterinburg so she could publish her books
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A number of caring people decided to see to a happy ending for an old lady who had spent many years trying to sell her books on the freezing streets of Ekaterinburg. Auntie Vera wrote fairy tales and used her pension money to fulfill her dream, which was to publish a beautiful hard-cover book with illustrations of her daughter who had died of cancer. When the story got out, it deeply touched many Russians who within one week, collected approximately $8,700 to make her long-standing dream come true. She was also offered a free place to sell her books in a shopping center.
 
6. Every year neighbors arrange a feast on their street
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Bringing the community together, once a year, in this small Spanish village called Binissalem, the traffic gets completely blocked because all the residents have dinner on the streets with their neighbors as one big family. In total, about 12,000 people gather to feast together. 
7. US firefighters extinguishing a fire in Mexico
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When a fire broke out in Mexico, firefighters from Arizona decided to help their Mexican colleagues in putting the fire out. 
8. A woman wrapped a dog that got wet in the rain in a blanket
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Taken in Crimea, this photo captured a passer-by wrapping a stray dog in a blanket. It was also noted that later, the woman let the dog into the store to warm up. 
9. These firefighters spent over 24 hours putting out a fire
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Trying to extinguish severe fires in Central Portugal, the firefighters in the photo needed a well-earned 20-minute break that they couldn't have within the last 24 hours. After the break, they continued their hard work. It is clear that these people are the real heroes of our time, the ones that risk their lives in order to save others. 

10. The driver of the minibus gives rides to all children free of charge
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This minibus driver from Krasanodar doesn't accept money from children. In this photo, a boy tried to pay his share of the fare several times, but the driver explained that all school children ride for free. The driver, a caring father of six children, extends his kindness to all children. 
11. A man feeds homeless people at his own expense
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Preparing food for 50 homeless people, Brian uses his own pension money to do so and distributes it himself on the streets of Dublin. 
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