Having a bad day? Here are some moments that will restore your faith in humanity and renew your hope for the world.
This boy hugging his piñata.
Dairy Queen manager Joey Prusak
This couple who prove that true love never dies.
These police officers completing the pizza delivery for the delivery man who was involved in an accident.
The owners of these supercars who made a boy’s day.
This elderly lady helping to sweep her city.
This baby laughing at a cat licking his feet.
This young baseball fan who gave the ball to a crying boy.
This young boy being welcomed back to class after being out for a week.
This selfless boy helping his friend across.
This elderly couple sharing a moment.
These newlyweds who remind others to show their love.
The homeless man who never forgot the kindness from others.
This elderly couple having fun.
This kind staff from In N Out.
This kid performing a backflip in a wheelchair and nailing it.
This puppy and kitty who show that friendship transcends species.
This soldier surprising his daughter at a football match.
And in a present.
This couple who have been together since 1962.
This older couple who paid for a younger couple’s Valentine’s Day dinner.
This small gift from a young boy.
The family who got a complimentary meal at Olive Garden after their 3-year-old blurted out that their house had recently burned down.
This kid sharing his umbrella with a deer.
These men protesting domestic violence by “walking in her shoes.”
Wendell Overton, the brave 10-year-old who saved a cat from being tortured by a group of boys.
After Hurricane Sandy…
The dad who wrote this letter before his son had the chance to come out to him.
This NYPD cop who bought a homeless man a pair of boots.
Jennifer Foster of Florence, AZ was visiting Times Square with her husband Nov. 14 when they saw a shoeless man asking for change. She writes, “Right when I was about to approach, one of your officers came up behind him. The officer said, ‘I have these size 12 boots for you, they are all-weather. Let’s put them on and take care of you.’ The officer squatted down on the ground and proceeded to put socks and the new boots on this man. The officer expected NOTHING in return and did not know I was watching (image cropped from the distance at which it was taken). I have been in law enforcement for 17 years. I was never so impressed in my life. I did not get the officer’s name. It is important, I think, for all of us to remember the real reason we are in this line of work. The reminder this officer gave to our profession in his presentation of human kindness has not been lost on myself or any of the Arizona law enforcement officials with whom this story has been shared.”