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The secret to loving others.

The secret to loving others is to realize that you're only a journeyman, and that as a traveler on this earth sharing the trip with others, it's important to help others' trip be the best possible trip, because it really is, for many, a bumpy ride.

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Hey guys, I'm ripping this off from a friend of mine on facebook, I think you will like it.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/expresident/pictures-that-will-restore-your-faith-in-humanity

 

1. This picture of Chicago Christians who showed up at a gay pride parade to apologize for homophobia in the Church.

(Michelle Gantner / Maladjusted Media)

... and the reaction from the parade.

(Michelle Gantner / Maladjusted Media)

2. This story about Japanese senior citizens who volunteered to tackle the nuclear crisis at Fukushima power station so that young people wouldn't have to subject themselves to radiation.
Source: bbc.co.uk
3. This picture of two Norwegian guys rescuing a sheep from the ocean.
4. This sign at an awesome bookshop.
5. This poll about what Snooki should name her child.
6. The moment in which this Ohio athlete stopped to help an injured competitor across the finish line during a track meet.

17-year-old Meghan Vogel was in last place in the 3,200-meter run when she caught up to competitor Arden McMath, whose body was giving out. Instead of running past her to avoid the last-place finish, Vogel put McMath's arm around her shoulders, carried her 30 meters, and then pushed her over the finish line before crossing it.

Image by The Daily Call, Mike Ullery / AP
7. This exchange between a 3-year-old girl and a shopping center.
8. This note that was handed to a waiter along with a $20 bill by an elderly lady in his restaurant.
9. This sign at an awesome Subway restaurant.
10. This picture of a villager carrying stranded kittens to dry land during floods in Cuttack City, India.
Image by Biswaranjan Rout / AP
Image by Biswaranjan Rout / AP
11. This sign at an awesome drycleaner's.

Plaza Cleaners in Portland, OR, helped over 2,000 unemployed workers who couldn't afford dry cleaning. The store's owner estimated that it cost his company $32,000 dollars.

12. This photograph of a man giving his shoes to a homeless girl in Rio de Janeiro.
13. This picture of a firefighter administering Oxygen to a cat rescued from a house fire.
14. And this one.
15. This interaction between a Guatemalan girl and a tourist she just met.
16. This gesture from a neighbor.
17. These photos of two children collaborating to rescue a dog who had fallen into a ravine.
18. This note on a young family's check.
19. This exchange between a protester and a soldier during a protest in Brazil.
20. These pictures of a man jumping into rough waters to rescue a stranger's Shih Tzu in Melbourne.

Sue Drummond was walking her beloved Shih Tzu, Bibi, on a pier in Melbourne, when a fierce gust of wind picked him up and hurled him into the rough waters of the bay. A passerby, Raden Soemawinata, who happened to be on the pier that day to scatter his grandmother's ashes, wasted no time in stripping down and diving into the bay to rescue the animal.

21. And this photograph of two best friends on a swing.

 



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guess we're not that bad after all :)

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Beautiful stuff. I loved the Shih Tzu guy.

Now this a great thread! Lets keep updating this thread please?

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This thread is better than the funny pictures thread.

Great stuff here. I'll see if I can find any.

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Faith is for the weak. 

I'm not going to lie i got a little teary eyed from this thread.

There is much talk, and I have listened, through rock and metal and time. Now I shall talk, and you shall listen. - Gravemind (Halo)

Good stuff.......Manly tears.

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NobleTeam360 said:
I'm not going to lie i got a little teary eyed from this thread.

me too.

It started when I read the part where the Sainsbury's manager told the girl that he is 27 & 1/3 years old