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What is the most heartwarming act of kindness you've ever witnessed?

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Morgan Wiggins
November 15, 2019 7:13PM
Well one day i was walking my dog and this Homeless person needed some money so this woman was driving by and saw her and drove back and gave her some money, a blanket, a whole bag of food, and some pillows.
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Marcia Smith
November 14, 2019 2:32AM
My mother had a heart attack and fell down the stairs at her house. EMTs got there in time and took her to the hospital. She lingered for five days before passing away. My husband got to her house hours before I did. He drove from Atlanta to Savannah and I had to travel from Washington D.C. When he got there he saw that no one had cleaned up the considerable about of congealed blood and tissue on the landing. So he did it himself so I wouldn't walk in and find it. That was a kindness on steroids and I will never forget it. Several years later when his mother was dying of cancer, I knew I would do whatever I could for her, if for no other reason, for the incredible act of kindness my husband had done for me.
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Emilia Morissette
November 13, 2019 6:59PM

One time, I was waiting outside a professor’s office to get a paper back during finals week, right before winter break. The guy in front of me was an international student, and I overheard him telling the professor that he was staying on campus, alone, for the holidays. The professor promptly invited the guy to his family’s Christmas party, offered to pick him up, told him all the food that would be there, etc. This professor was kind of a grumpy old man and had a bit of a reputation for being mean, but he was really sincere about wanting this kid to have a good Christmas. I may or may not have been crying in the hallway.

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Jaimee Besco
November 14, 2019 2:53PM
For me it was when I twisted my ankle SO bad that I couldn't walk because my crush and best friend Hunter carried me and no he didn't volunteer and he wasn't told to he just... did it. Then he says he loves me. (He has a gf that he only LIKES I'm the one he's IN LOVE with).
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Paula Terifaj
November 21, 2019 7:32AM
Adopting a dog from animal shelter.
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Keely Bloeser
November 21, 2019 2:16PM
adopting a dog and giving it a loving home.
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schockemma
November 18, 2019 5:00PM
This was an incident of my son showing his kindness at Disney World. We were getting out of the heat and shopping in one of their stores when a mentally-handicapped kid just fell to the floor and was crying his heart out. My son immediately let go of my hand and ran over to him and rocked him side to side while saying "It's okay. It's okay. I can help you." Mind you... he's 4 at the time and this other kid is maybe 10 or 11? After finding them and sitting down with them, the boy calmed down enough to let us know he was lost and couldn't find his family and that the store would not let him use their phone. Immediately we gave him our phone and he tried and tried to contact his family with no answer. My son suggested that we all go get funnel cakes and sit by the flowers so while we did that I shot the family a text letting them know who I was, where we were and that we had the boy. As we sat there eating our funnel cakes, and my son trying to keep the boy smiling, his family and a Disney police officer came running at us. The boy was reunited, the family was crying, and my 4 year old son became an "honorary Disney police officer". Still to this day, that experience is one of the only things he remembers about our trip to Disney and every year on the day, the family sends me a text letting me know how thankful they are for my son's kindness and helping them reunite since he would not have been able to navigate Disney enough to find the service desks throughout the park. Kids can really blow your mind when others are in need. It made my heart so happy to see such a little boy drop everything and make sure a crying boy was okay.
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moonwolf gammerYT
November 21, 2019 3:57PM
hmmm i would have to say when i saw someone help a homeless man there are not many who do that anymore
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Tahlia Schwartz
November 21, 2019 10:40PM
There was a bully in my brothers school, so one day I went to his school and told him to stop or he would be in big trouble with me. The person never bullied my brother again
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TRINITY EASTRIDGE
November 21, 2019 5:56PM
one of my school janotoirs was have a bay day, made a mess, people keept on passing i got angry becuse nobody helped, so i helped that janotior
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sanyukta124
November 14, 2019 10:08AM
Wow, Mom is the first and true love of our life... I Love You
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Troy O'Keefe
November 13, 2019 6:11PM

Mine made me think about my own kindness—or lack of it.

I'm somewhat experienced living/working in cities, which means I'm just below expert level at walking past beggars—I do it, but I still feel bad about it, even if it's obviously a scam. My college town was a training ground, widely suburban with a dense commercial core that planted my will to walk past; I studied in Rome and Florence for a month one summer, an international crash course in ignoring scams; finally, I got a big boy job in St. Louis, a mid-sized city that provides adequate opportunity to feel like a jerk on a daily basis.

Earlier this year, I went to Chicago (now that's a real city) to visit a buddy who'd lived there for six years. He went to college downtown, he'd worked on the south side—he'd seen a lot. One morning, we were walking to Wrigley Field, and on the closing stretch, I saw a man in a beat-up wheelchair trying to stop people on the sidewalk. He was pointing to a metal box on the ground. Everybody walked past him and the box; I remembered my training and prepared to do the same.

My buddy stopped, asked him what he needed. The man, soft spoken, explained that he just needed the metal box back. It wasn't a box for change, it was the controls for his wheelchair, and it had fallen off. My friend picked it up for him, helped hook it back up to the arm of the chair, and made sure it was adjusted properly. He asked if he needed anything else, but the man simply thanked him. Meanwhile, I'm standing there with "Sorry, I don't have any cash" still sitting stupidly on the tip of my tongue.

It was a simple act of kindness from someone who could have been way more jaded than I was. It made me think of everyone I'd passed.

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Michael Piotto
November 27, 2019 12:02AM
gave somone my phone charger even thought my phone was a 2 percent
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Emily Goodenough
November 22, 2019 11:33PM
Pray for somebody who will pass away
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Nibizi Francoise
December 02, 2019 6:29PM
When me and my mom were at the store someone paid for the things we were going to buy.
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blaken dahlberg
December 02, 2019 2:31PM
help my mother and great grandma cook dinner for christmas in 2017 and made cookies for the whole family.
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Katie Nipper
November 25, 2019 6:51PM
Helping disabled or elderly accross the street. Dosent madder what kinds of disabled it is mently or phiscly. infact helping them when ever they need it its really nice to do . ( sorry if my spelling or grammer is bad ...not very good at that subject )
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Nasheeta Shareen Ahmed
November 25, 2019 3:00PM
I once forgot to bring my lunch and then a friend told me that I can share lunch with her.
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Sgt. Peppa
November 30, 2019 3:05AM
Mr. Rodgers. Just him.
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Elizabeth Lee
November 25, 2019 4:40PM
My mom is a Fire fighter and she jumped throgh the top of a billding and save alote of pepole and she is stell alive know and it has been 4 years and she is still a firefighter that risk her life for everyone and i was there.
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THEROCKISMYMAN
November 22, 2019 1:37AM
I said thank you to my brother and did not hit him
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Julianne Williams
November 24, 2019 8:37PM
whats kindness
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Duneshka Roldan Garcia
November 21, 2019 3:02PM
Be nice and kind
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Natasha Moore
November 22, 2019 4:53PM
My mom got a pace maker in. I've been helping take care of my sister wich is 9 years old.
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Sarah Christian
November 16, 2019 1:45PM
When a dog saved a baby from drowning Its was so sweet so cute ps It was a video I was not acctually there.
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Evelyn Easter
November 21, 2019 7:28PM
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Chase Stroud
November 22, 2019 4:41PM
i farted on a homless man that was freezing cold
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Nathaniel Sachs
November 22, 2019 6:44PM
When I ate Pizza
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Alex Moore
November 18, 2019 3:35PM
youre mum
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Madison Goodrich
November 15, 2019 7:04PM
first kisss
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November 14, 2019 9:39AM
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Samuel Peatfield
November 13, 2019 9:15PM
My friends bum was cold so his mum rubbed it better
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