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Heroes Are All Around Us (20 pics)

Posted in Picdumps   13 Jul 2018   / 4010 views

An Indian man cleaned a 100-mile-long polluted river.

This Indian river used to be dirty and resembled a swamp full of trash before a man called Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal (also known as Eco Baba) decided to clean it. With the help of 200 people, he literally brought the river back to life and restored its banks. This inspired 50 more Indian villages to save their ecosystems. Such cases make us believe that the fight for the environment isn’t hopeless.

 

“This is my cousin Gareth. He lost his leg to cancer and now has 15 lung tumors. Last week, he completed the London Marathon.”
A photographer stopped taking photos to rescue a child.
Nicholas Lavery returned after he’d lost his leg.
“Due to my New Year’s Resolution, I’ve lost 100 lb in 6 months!”
“My dad lost his leg but not his sense of humor.”
One year after a hip surgery, a girl won the Disney marathon to collect money for another girl who suffers from cerebral palsy.
92-year-old gymnast Johanna Quaas
Nik Wallenda walking a rope over a stadium
Julie Payette graduated from 3 colleges and 2 universities, is an IBM engineer, a NASA astronaut, speaks 6 languages, and Queen Elizabeth II appointed her Governor General of Canada.
Rock climber Adam Ondra resting before climbing
A rescuer’s eyes after a working day
A man walking through chest-deep water in jungle swamps hoping to find the Anaconda, the largest snake in the world.
138 lb lost in 8 months
A woman hitting a neo-Nazi with her bag
Snake charmer with his son
Routine stretching time for gymnasts
A woman riding between carriages on her way to see her family
The face of a hockey goalie
Mariusz Kedzierski was born without hands but he managed to become an artist and now he draws realistic portraits for people.



Credits: brightside.me




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