act of kindness
An employee at a Walgreens in Houston was recently rewarded after she gave her last remaining dollars to help out a complete stranger.
Wu Yuxia, a 60-year-old widow from Dangui, Sichuan province, China has provided round-the-clock care for her severely disabled neighbor, Liu Siqiang, for more than three decades now.
The 56-year-old bedridden Liu, who lost his mother while he was only six and his father at 10, was struck by a debilitating disease that left him blind and deaf back when he was still in his teens, according to Thecover.cn via South China Morning Post.
Two young men, believed to be Vietnamese migrant workers, recently earned praise for their act of kindness, giving up one of their pre-reserved seats to two children inside a crowded train in Taiwan.
To give way to the kids, one of the kind men sat on the lap of the other, sacrificing comfort for their good deed, reports Taiwan News.
It’s no secret that Keanu Reeves has had a lengthy, fruitful career playing some of the most iconic characters in film. From Ted in “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” to Neo in “The Matrix“, Reeves has entertained an entire generation with his memorable acting skills, and with his latest project, the John Wick TV series, just recently announced, he’ll continue to delight fans with one of his most popular portrayals.
If there’s one thing that Reeves is known for outside his acting talent, though, it’s his huge heart.
A teenage trick-or-treater caught filling another person’s empty bowl of candy for Halloween is winning praise on social media for his generous act.
Lawrence Malot, 15, was out on Halloween night as the Grim Reaper when he and his friends stumbled upon an empty bowl on the front porch of a home in Chula Vista, California.
A Chinese student’s unexpected act of kindness paid off when he received over $700 after ordering takeout for a homeless man during a rainy day.
Kunming University of Science and Technology graduate student Wang Ya passed by an overpass and saw a homeless man sleeping in the rain wearing nothing but his light, summer clothes.
A Malaysian teen’s unconditional kindness and compassion became an internet inspiration after he was photographed helping an elderly man seek shelter from the rain, and guiding him to a mosque.
The teenager’s act of kindness went viral after being shared on Facebook last Thursday by Rakan Muslimah Al-Falah II.
A flight attendant’s act of kindness toward a disabled passenger was so compassionate that it moved him to tears, and now pictures of the heartwarming incident have many netizens tearing up as well.
Passengers on a Dec. 8 Hainan Airlines flight from Zhengzhou to Haikou city were touched as they witnessed flight attendant Fan Xuesong kneel down to hand-feed a 71-year-old man named Mr. Niu, reports the People’s Daily Online.
One American in Papua New Guinea did his part in helping two sea turtles live on after they were caught to be legally sold as food by purchasing them and releasing them back into the wild.
Being a Good Samaritan paid off for one London musician, although not in the way most might expect.
Music production student and rapper Joe Christie, 23, was walking to buy food in South London when he saw a 10 pound note ($15) fall from a woman’s coat pocket.