A childhood friend changes a young boy’s life by giving him permission to be himself.
A paramedic with MS is able to comfort a woman being taken to the hospital for the first time.
Friends with depression support each other in coming out of the hole by acknowledging that help is available.
Helpful neighbors in Germany, after the war, show how to repair old wounds.
A couple of strangers save a young single father who has a flat tire coming back from a camping trip.
A pet-therapy volunteers is a cat who teaches us the meaning of service.
A young couple is graciously served a delicious meal by kind steakhouse staff who were trying to close up.
All the memories of an often-absent father reveal how caring and giving he was to everyone.
An entire class works to raise money for a trip and three boys use the opportunity to donate to a friend in need.
by Diane Gallant Ottawa, Ontario, Canada I lived most of my life in Cornwall, a small city of 46,000 people. As the town was mainly Caucasian, we rarely saw people […]