"This poor chicken got a “get well soon” card."
"Inside, the card says: “I hope you get better, I love you Lyndon. You are pretty!”"
“A pic of me trying on a dress — when I looked through the shots I saw this...my niece makes me feel like a princess.”
“Found my father on Ancestry after 34 years — my son and I met him for the first time. I’m so happy!”
“We struggled to have kids until our twin angels came into the world.”
“My dad isn’t well, so Vinny has come to give him emergency cuddles. Vinny cuddles fix everything.”
“15-year-old brother and sister have never been apart.”
"This restaurant started to hand out free meals to those who can’t afford to buy one."
“She took me in 15 years ago and no one makes me as happy. We had the best Christmas. I love my grandma so much.”
“After 4 years living on the street, Annie found her home with my parents. First day vs 1 week later!”
“Someone drove 10 miles to deliver my purse back home 2 days after I lost it.”
“My baby boy is about to be 1 on Sunday! After losing 2 babies, this has been such an emotional and stressful year.”
“Baby boy’s reaction when he met his great-grandparents for the first time today”
There's plenty of hope and in fact there's a great many number of good deeds and acts of kindness that happen everywhere all the time. It's the unfortunate nature of media and social media to focus and bring out the worst aspects of humanity giving the false impression that things are usually meaner and crueler than they really are.
I agree with your words.
And izismile: thank you for a heartwarming post!