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    “To My Son.” Dad’s Special X’mas Present with Tears.

    • 2019-01-04

    0 On the Christmas last week, people around the World might enjoy Opening Gifts, but one young man received a Present on that Day which was Especially Meaningful: A Wallet from his Dad: “To My Son,” reads the Wallet’s Inscription. “Wherever your journey in life may take you I pray that you will always be safe. Enjoy the ride and never forget your way back home. I can’t promise to be here for the rest of your life but I can promise to love you for the rest of mine. Love you. Dad” How Touching and Valuable these Words are!!! …

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    Mom Determined to Show Daughter the Importance of Education by Crossing the Stage for Diploma while in Active Labor during Graduation.

    • 2019-01-04

    0 (The University Baseball Coach helped her onstage. Photo by LSUA.) If you think Graduating from College is difficult, how about Graduating from College while enduring Birth Contractions? That is exactly what happened to Anshonarial Greenhouse at the Year End of 2018. Even though the 31-year-old mother-of-one was experiencing Painful Contractions, she still wanted to walk across the stage and collect her Diploma. With the help of a Baseball Coach, Anshonariel managed to do it and she gave Birth to her 2nd Child 9 days later. She was all set to walk across the stage and receive her Diploma from …

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    Smart Glasses Could be Transformed for Deaf Audience in Live Show.

    • 2018-12-29

    0 Smart caption glasses are a revolutionary new way for people with hearing loss to enjoy performances at the National Theatre. When wearing the glasses, audience will see a transcript of the dialogue and descriptions of the sound from a performance displayed on the lenses of the glasses. Smart caption glasses are the culmination of a 4 year collaboration between the National Theatre and speech and language experts led by Professor Andrew Lambourne. The theater is testing this pilot program for the technology for all performances, also plans to make the glasses available for all of its performances during the 2019 season. …

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    Student-Designed Electric Car Breaks World Record by Crossing Australia in 6 Days by Using Only $50 of Power.

    • 2018-12-28

    1+ (Photo by University of New South Wales.) A Team of 14 College Students have just set a Guinness World Record with a Solar-Powered Car that drove across Australia in 6 Days using only $50 worth of energy. The Car, which has affectionally been named Violet, broke the Record for using the Lowest Amount of Energy on a cross-country drive earlier this month after it traveled roughly 2,500 Miles (4,100 Kilometers) from Perth to Sydney, and it arrived at its Destination 2 Days ahead of Schedule. The Car was designed by the student-led Sunswift Team at the University of New …

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    A Man Postponed Retirement to Save Reefs after he Accidentally Discovered How to Make Coral Grow 40 Times Faster.

    • 2018-12-28

    0 (Photo by Return to Now.) One Man’s Happy Accident has brought New Hope to the Recovery of Coral Reefs around the World. Dr. David Vaughan stumbled upon the groundbreaking Discovery as he was working with Corals at the Mote Marine Laboratory in Florida (USA). He had been trying to remove a Coral from the bottom of a tank when it broke into a dozen pieces. (Photo by Return to Now.) To his shock, all of the pieces regrew to the same size in just 3 short weeks, as opposed to the 3 years it had taken to grow the …

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    “Christmas Miracle”: A 12-year-old Boy survived the Avalanche that Buried him for 40 minutes!

    • 2018-12-28

    0 (Photo by Getty Images.) A 12-year-old Boy in the French Alps was found Alive and Uninjured after being Buried under an Avalanche for 40 Minutes, an Event his Rescuers are calling a True “Miracle”!!! French Police in the Town of Bourg Saint-Maurice said the Boy was skiing off piste at the La Plagne Ski Resort in a group of 7 skiers on Wednesday (December 26, 2018) when he was swept away. The Boy started going down ahead of the others and was the only one caught when a large section of Snow detached and roared down the Mountain, police …

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    A Little Boy Has Been Helping Homeless Veterans Since He Was Four

    • 2018-12-23

    0 The little boy, Tyler Stallings, is 7 years old now, and has been helping veterans in need since he was 4, two years down the line, the Baltimore kidpreneur and philanthropist has earned a spot on NBC’s one popular TV show — “Little Big Shots.”   The TV show focuses on notable children, whether they are talented or doing good in the world, and Stallings’ story attracted the attention of producers after they heard about his PAY-IT-FORWARD campaign. (Video by Youtube) It all began three years ago when Stallings’ mother, Andrea Blackstone, showed him a video and explained the …

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    A Woman credited her Brave Chihuahua as the Reason she Survived from a Bear Attack.

    • 2018-12-18

    1+ (Photo released by the LeBarron Family.) A Tiny Dog is being credited for Saving the Life of a 51-year-old Woman who was attacked by a Bear in Mid December. The Canine Hero in question is a Chihuahua-mix who is coincidentally also named Bear~~~ His Owner, Melinda LeBarron, had been taking the Pup for an Evening Walk through the rural town of Muncy, Pennsylvania (USA) when the Dog started to bark. She looked around for the source of Bear’s distress and then she suddenly found herself being slammed to the ground. A Black Bear had seized a hold of Melinda …

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    A Mom with Rubber Glove X’Mas Tree turned down Strangers’ Gifts, asking People to Donate to Charity instead.

    • 2018-12-18

    1+ A Compassionate Single Mom who has been low on cash has created Britain’s Most Frugal Christmas Tree and it is made entirely of Inflated Rubber Gloves. 23-year-old Support Worker Maxine Oliver said that she endured a tough November after being unable to pick up many shifts at work and she feared she would have to cancel Christmas altogether, but the mom of one came up with an ingenious way of Keeping Costs Down by creating a Handmade X’Mas Tree that costs just £2. “During November there weren’t many shifts that I could take. They were all 12 or 14 …

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    Cow Being Twisted In Barbed Wire Had almost Given Up, until 2 Heroes Stopped To Save Her Life!!

    • 2018-12-17

    0 These Motorists must have had to do a Double Take when they came across a Cow Hopelessly Being Tangled in a section of Barbed Wire Fencing. We do not know how long the Poor Cow had been stuck, but she must have been thrashing around trying to free herself, because this was how they found her: She was going to have the Neck Crick of her Life when she woke up in the morning. Animals in Distress are Unpredictable, but these Guys did not Hesitate to Help. They did not have the Heart to just ride away with her …

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    ‘Never seen anything like it’: 200 Frolicking Dolphins spotted from Ferry.

    • 2018-12-13

    0 (Photo by CBC.) It was just an Ordinary Tuesday Morning for Henry Irizawa. He was riding the Ferry from Nanaimo to Horseshoe Bay, a Trip that he said that he has made at least 300 times. Except this time, he was 40 minutes into the Trip when the captain came on the PA system and excitedly told the passengers that there was a pod of dolphins swimming alongside the ship. Sure enough, Henry and a dozen other passengers raced to the ship’s deck and were surprised by the sight of what appeared to be 200 Pacific white-sided dolphins speeding through the …

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    Scientists Praised 96-Year-Old Man for His Hobby of Saving Dwindling Bluebird Populations.

    • 2018-12-13

    0 The Dedication of a 96-year-old Citizen Scientist has been an Unparalleled Lifesaver for his Home State’s Bluebird Population. (Photo by Matthew Podolsky.) Al Larson, also known as “The Bluebird Man”, first began his Conservational Labor of Love after he read an issue of National Geographic that detailed how Building Bird Houses could help to curb their Declining Populations. After seeing a Bluebird going in and out of a dead tree on his property, Larson became inspired to start setting up Little Boxes that could serve as Nests for Bluebirds. (Photo by Neil Paprocki.) “I got carried away,” Larson told Audobon. …

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    Santa Claus Melted Hearts by getting down on One Knee to Thank WWII Veteran for His Service.

    • 2018-12-12

    0 (Photo by Gina Wilbur.) A Heartwarming Photo that is being shared across social media proves that even Saint Nicholas is humbled in the Presence of US Veterans. Gina Wilbur had been sitting on a bench at the Concord Mall in Wilmington, Delaware last week when Santa Claus was Greeting Kids at his workshop. Though there were many Kids who still wanted to sit on his lap, he briefly stepped away from his chair so he could walk over to 93-year-old Bob Smiley, a World War II Veteran who was sitting nearby. As Gina looked on in astonishment, Santa got …

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    TREES FOR TROOPS 2018 –14th Year Delivery The Spirit of Christmas to Military Families!

    • 2018-12-09

    0 (Reference Photo by Yahoo) 2018 Trees for Troops is the 14th year delivery farm grown Christmas trees for the military families. Staring from the 2018 season having donated 208,720 real Christmas tress over the past 13 years. Last week, the students from a New Hampshire school are working to make the holidays brighter for troops. The elementary School fifth-graders helped to prepare hundreds of trees, which will be sent to service members who will be on duty around the world for the holiday season, and their families around the country and world. Organizers said the students work so hard …

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    Heavy Metal Band Quietly Donates to those in need on Every Stop of Their World Tour

    • 2018-12-09

    0 (Reference Photo by Twitter) When most people think of rock stars touring the world performance, they assume that they are only focused on partying. That’s why it came as a big surprise when it was revealed that one of the world’s most famous rock band, Metallica, has quietly been doing something to help others on each stop of their world tour.   The legendary American heavy metal band has reportedly been donating thousands of dollars to food banks on each stop of their Worldwide tour. (Photo from Good News Network) The charity said that Metallica has donated US$10,000 to the …

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    A Nurse, 70, spends her Retirement on Treating Other Folks on the Most Threatening War Zones.

    • 2018-12-03

    0 (Nurse Diane Robertson-Bell in Bangladesh. Photo by Mirror.) Regarding of Retirement, many of us could be fascinated about slowing down, however Diane Robertson-Bell had no aim of dwelling a quiet existence. As a substitute, she launched into a Brand New Degree of her Occupation, running as a Nurse in one of the most International’s Most Threatening Areas. After a long time running in busy London Hospitals and in Conflict Zones like Iraq as a part of the Territorial Military, she knew she had abilities that had been desperately wanted and had at all times favored the speculation of running …

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    First Responders gave up Thanksgiving to Serve California Wildfire Survivors.

    • 2018-11-28

    0 Recovery Crews in California were not slowing down for Celebrating Thanksgiving Day. They were back in the City of Paradise, searching for Victims hours after a Rainstorm all but extinguished the Massive and Deadly Camp Fire. The Rain made it harder to sift through wet ash and debris, but it was safer for Cadaver Dogs searching for Human Remains, according to Deputy Incident Commander, Mark Brown. “It decreases the inhalation hazards both for the rescue and the canines,” he said. “They’re not inhaling it, the canines, can’t exactly put masks on them because they have to use their nose.” …

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    Baby Being Dropped from 3rd-Floor Window of a Burning Building was Saved by Bystander’s Perfect Catch.

    • 2018-11-28

    0 An Apartment Building was Burned in Dallas (a city in Texas, USA) on the Day before Thanksgiving Day. Residents of the Dallas Apartment complex leaped from the 3rd-Floor Windows onto Mattresses, and a Woman Dropped her Baby to a Bystander to escape the Flames. Dallas Fire-Rescue spokesman Jason Evans said several Residents and Bystanders, assisted by police officers, went door-to-door to alert Others to the Fire happened in Wednesday morning. There was 3 people, including a Firefighter, suffered minor injuries. (Photo by Yahoo News UK.) Byron Campbell was the one who saved the Baby Girl and the Others. According to …

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    48 Years After Reading the X’Mas Card which Got Him Through the Vietnam War, He Finally Met the Sender.

    • 2018-11-27

    0 It has been almost 55 years since John Metzler received the Christmas Card from Donna Caye that meant so much to him. (Photo by CBS News.) When John Metzler was a 23-year-old Helicopter Sniper who was in the middle of Fighting in the Vietnam War and while his time overseas was brutal, he said there was one thing that kept him going : a Small Note that was mailed to him on Christmas Day from a Little Girl back in the United States. Donna Caye, who was in the sixth grade at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and School, wrote …

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    In place of Cancelling Flights, Canadian Couple Spent their Vacation for Helping California Wildfire Victims.

    • 2018-11-26

    0 (Photo by Destinee and Paul Klyne.) The Latest California Wildfires are so serious that have spurred action from many in the Travel Industry. A story has recently surfaced about the California Wildfires and while it may be on a smaller part of assistance, it is truly Heartwarming. A Canadian Couple, Destinee and Paul Klyne had been planning on Pampering themselves with a relaxing vacation to northern California in Early November, 2018 and even though their Trip ended up with the Opposite of Relaxing, it also ended up with so much more meaning. The Couple from Penticton, British Columbia were originally …

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    A Mother’s Instinct Saved a Hiker she met on the Pacific Crest Trail.

    • 2018-11-20

    0 (A mother’s Hunch helped save a Hiker’s Life on the Pacific Crest Trail. Photo by CBS News.) Nancy Abell met Katharina Groene on the Trail in Washington State (USA) in October, 2018. In their Brief Meeting, Katharina mentioned to Nancy her Plan to continue Hiking alone up to the Canadian Border, but Nancy was not agreeable to the Plan. “She was from Germany. She had no idea what she was getting into,” Nancy told CBS News. “In fact I told her, ‘If you were my daughter I wouldn’t let you do this’.” That was the Last Time Nancy saw Katharina …

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    Love is a Battlefield for Husband and Wife who fought side by side in Iraq.

    • 2018-11-14

    0 (Photo by Heidi Radkiewicz.) “This is one hell of a honeymoon,” Heidi Radkiewicz thought to herself as she opened fire on a farmhouse a few miles away from the Baghdad Airport. She and the rest of her convoy of Army National Guardsmen were under fire from insurgents. As she loaded a fresh magazine into her rifle, she caught sight of her husband, Jake, who was a few trucks behind her, and kept shooting. Being a woman in combat is unusual, but being a married woman deployed alongside her husband even more so. In “Honeymoon in Baghdad,” Radkiewicz tells the …

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    Scientists’ Rice Growing with SEAWATER Could Feed “Entire Arab World”.

    • 2018-11-06

    0 (Photo by Qingdao Saltwater Rice Research and Development Center.) A Successful Experiment in the Deserts of Dubai may promise to Curb Hunger around the World. A team of Chinese Scientists has managed to develop a Specific Strain of Rice that grows in Saltwater. Besides, it yields Far More Rice than the Average Freshwater-Dependent Strains. In January of this Year, the Researchers were invited by Representatives of the United Arab Emirates to plant some of the Salt-Tolerant Rice in different patches of the Desert where water is too Precious to Waste on Crops, which depend on such intense hydration. After …

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    A Party held for Homeless Baby born in the Wake of Hurricane Michael.

    • 2018-11-05

    0 Trucker, Nick Davis, left, met with Wilmer Capps and his wife Lorrainda Capps, holding their two-week-old son Luke, during a Surprise Donation Event in Panama City Beach on Oct. 30, 2018. (by Michael Snyder / Northwest Florida Daily News via AP) The Family of a Baby who spent his First Night out of the Hospital in a Walmart Parking Lot after Hurricane Michael just got a Surprise Baby Shower. The Happy Event happened at a Walmart near the Store where the Family hunkered down in those Dark Days following the Category 4 storm. Wilmer Capps, his wife Lorrainda Smith …

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    Halloween 🎃 : Hundreds of “Witches” paddled down the Oregon river of Portland, USA.

    • 2018-10-31

    0 (Photo: There were Hundreds of witches, along with a handful of warlocks and wizards, who tossed their broomsticks, grabbed paddles and travelled six miles along the Willamette River Last Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018. Photo by Mark Graves / The Oregonian via AP) In Portland (a city of the USA), Hundreds of “Witches” traded in Broomsticks for Paddles in Oregon during the last weekend before Halloween. The Costumed Coven paddled for 10 kilometers on Boards Last Saturday along the Willamette River, which divides the City of Portland. The Oregonian/Oregon Live reported that the “Paddleboard Event” started 2 years ago with …

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    35,000 People Applied to Take Care of Couple’s Cat Sanctuary on a Greek Island.

    • 2018-10-29

    0 For the past 8 years, a Couple has been taking in Dozens of Stray Cats at their Home on a Greek Island and since they have asked for help by their social media post, the World has stepped up to lend a hand. Additionally, a single lucky applicant will get to live on a Greek Island for FREE with a bunch of Cats!!! Richard and Joan Bowell have been using their own money to care for over 65 Cats that they have welcomed onto their property. Besides, they also care for a nearby Colony of Feral Felines. The Bowells …

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    Smiley Faces from the Grass~~~ :D

    • 2018-10-26

    0 Below is a Cross Section of a Single Blade of GRASS, being stained for the Microscope. This Photo was found from the web. As you can see, there are a few of Smiley Faces inside. Actually the Smiley Faces are the Channels which the Water is drawn up through.   Nature is awesome and incredible!!! This is an interesting Photo which reminds us the World is Full of Fun and Happiness. We should always stay Positive, Treasure the Nature and Enjoy our Life.

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    The Ground in the Forest looks like it was Breathing!!!

    • 2018-10-26

    0 The Ground in this Quebec Forest looks like it was Breathing!!! According to the Original Post, this happens when the Root System of the Surrounding Trees hold each other together, while the Wind whips the Tops of the Ground Back and Forth. It is an Amazing Natural Phenomenon, especially it is very hard for us to see in the Cities. Let’s try our best to Treasure and Protect the Earth and keep it as Healthy as possible! : ) The ground in this Quebec forest looks like it's breathing. This happens when the root system of the surrounding trees …

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    Lovers survived in a Concentration Camp.

    • 2018-10-22

    0 A Heart-Warming Tale, “Nazi forced Labour Camp” should be pretty highlighted on the List. Luigi Pedutto and Mokryna Yurzuk, in 1944, they were both interred in an Austrian Concentration Camp—he as an Italian Prisoner of War, and she as an ‘Ukrainians’, on the list of people whom Hitler hated for no reason. For a year they Toiled together in the Conditions which most of us could not even imagine, until they eventually Fell in Love—at which point the Camp was Liberated and the Soviets carted Mokryna back behind the iron curtain. Because Politics sucked in the 20th Century, Luigi …

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    Photo found in 911 Rubble was returned to the Owner finally.

    • 2018-10-22

    0 <A woman posted a Wedding Photo found at Ground Zero after 9/11 Attacks on Twitter each year, hoping to find its owner.> For thirteen years, Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, a college professor in Connecticut, had been trying to return a Wedding Photo she found in the Rubble of the World Trade Center after the 9/11 Attacks. On Every Anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks, Elizabeth posted the Photo on social media sites or worked with Friends to try and find the Owner. And in 2014, she finally found its Owner!!! She tweeted the Photo and it caught the attention of Someone …

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