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Monday, February 24, 2014
With so much negativity in the news, it’s sometimes hard to have a positive attitude about what’s going on in the world today. But it isn’t all bad, as you can see from these four videos that restore our faith in humanity.
Two 16-year-old boys from Dixon, Illinois, wanted to prove that anyone can be a superhero. To make their point, they busted out their spandex costumes and took to the streets to show strangers some kindness.
A dangerous social game called “Nek Nomination” is becoming more and more popular in Europe and slowly catching on in the United States. People who are outraged at the attention this game is getting are turning their “Nek Nominations” into “RAK Nominations”—a similar game that encourages friends to challenge one another to do a random act of kindness for a stranger.
Down syndrome never hindered Kevin Grow’s passion for basketball. He loves the game so much that he has managed his high school’s basketball team for the last four years. At the end of this past season, he got a big surprise when his coach let him suit up and get in the game. The Philadelphia 76ers took notice—and gave Grow an even bigger surprise that would change his life forever.
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