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IN People ON 03 Jan, 2016
You open up the news feed and is swept with news which kills the very basic essence of humanity. It makes you think what the world has come to? However amidst this ocean of negativity, there are heart touching stories of humanity which keep our faith of humanity alive.
Let's look back at the acts of kindness which melted our heart and touched our soul with warmth. It is time for remembering the heroes of the daily life.
Fan Xuesong, a flight attendant in South China, knelt down and fed a 71-year-old passenger with a disability. Overwhelmed by the gesture, the elderly person was moved to tears, as were the other passengers on the flight.
When Eric Crowder found out that his co-worker Sgt. Burrel "Chip" Davis has failing kidneys and will lose his life, he stepped up to donate his own which was a perfect match. All he wanted was his co-worker's kids to grow up with a father.
Roland Gainer, a college student helped raise $100,000 for a taxi driver when he learnt that 69-year-old Uber driver Kenneth Broskey is suffering from Cancer and is still working to pay off the mortgage of his house.
After the deadly Paris attack, people lined up to give their blood to save the fellow human in need.
Cameron Lyle gave up on a competition for which he was preparing for 8 years. Why? To save the life of a stranger with whom his bone marrow matched perfectly.
When Chennai was flooded with rainwater, the entire country of India came forward with random acts of kindness. It certainly shows humanity is still alive.
It is truly said that a good deed needs will. D. Prakash, a tea vendor keeps up his humanity by running a school for 70 children by spending 50% of his income on it.
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