16 Quotes that Show Us Life from a Different Perspective – Marc And Angel
Feed Your Brain With These Fascinating Facts – Caveman Circus
14 Conspiracy Theories You Won’t Believe Actually Exist- Linkiest
Start a Caregiver Canines Chapter to Bring Happiness to Local Elderly – Dogster
China Just Unveiled Something That Is Making Everyone’s Jaw Hit The Floor. This Is Unreal – Slip Talk
Tiny Baby Hamster Eats Treat With Cuteness Overload – Rant Pets
In honor of his birthday, Robin Williams’ little girl posted a sweet message to her late father – Rare
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One hundred years of Chinese history in 75 amazing pic – Leenks
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The 18 Most Savage Break-Up Messages of All Time – Pleated Jeans
Jason Haney knows all too well what it’s like for kids to be stuck in a hospital. Haney’s daughter had a stroke while she was still in the womb. At the age of 3, she was diagnosed with brain damage that doctors said might permanently hinder her ability to learn beyond a third-grade level.
Haney remembers those extended stays in the hospital with his family and how hard it was to stay positive. So when he was hired to work on the construction project at Memorial Children’s Hospital, in South Bend, Indiana, the construction foreman did what he could to brighten the days of the children staying in the hospital.
It started with a snowman that Haney dressed up with a construction vest and hardhat.
“It was a huge hit,” Haney told ABC News.
But they didn’t get much snow after that, so Haney set up some inflatable snowmen and an inflatable Sponge Bob. As he was tying them down, one of the electricians joked that it would be funny if they had a ‘Where’s Waldo?’ on the site. When Haney got home, he immediately got to work on making a real-life Waldo character out of plywood and paint.
The Reason This Kitten Lost An Eye Had Me In Tears, What Follows Actually Gave Me Hope For Humanity – Slip Talk
A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About – Caveman Circus
15 People Who Are Living Life On A Whole Other Level – Linkiest
Colorful Life In The American West 50 Years Ago – Leenks
Couple Spent 6 Months Preparing to Claim Powerball Jackpot – Newser
When and Where Did Dog Domestication Happen? – Dogster
Girl Was Bullied Because Of Her Rare Condition, But Wait Until You See Her Today…INCREDIBLE! – Quirly Cues
These Are 16 Awesome Recipes You Can Make In The Microwave. Everyone Will Enjoy These! – Slip Talk
Third Eye Blind Used Their Gig at RNC to Take the Piss Out of the GOP – The Blemish
A genuine love for animals starts early and lasts for life – Rare
25 Ways To Accidentally Ruin Your Life By 25 – Thought Catalog
He found a way to build mini homes at no cost, and he’s donating them all to the homeless
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), India is home to 6 of the world’s worst 10 cities in terms of air pollution, including the top 3 most polluted — Delhi, Patna, and Gwalior, respectively.
But just last week, the nation — which boasts the world’s second largest population at over 1.2 billion — decided to band together and work to combat the problem.
An astounding 800,000+ volunteers supported their country by participating in a nationwide tree plant. Designed to break the world record for the most number of trees planted in a 24 hour period, the organized event far exceeded even these expectations.
While the official number is still yet to be released by Guinness, early projections suggest that the volunteers planted approximately 50 million trees, completely smashing the previous record of 847,275 planted by Pakistan in 2013. Pakistan, like India, was in desperate need of the community effort, as they hold 3 of the remaining 4 spots on the previously mentioned list released by the WHO.
This initiative was largely funded by the Indian government, which has dedicated $6 billion to the creation of new forests over the coming years.
Whether the potential Guinness World Record played a key role in motivating volunteers or not, this feat is an incredible reminder of our power as a collective. In just 24 hours, a nation was able to substantially increase their total tree count, hopefully improving their air quality, and their citizens’ health, for many years to come.
Even if you don’t have the power or connections to organize such a massive event, let this inspire you to take action on one of your community’s needs.
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The footage of a man rescuing a dog from a frozen lake will restore your faith in humanity – Rare
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“I’m fed up to the ears with old men dreaming up wars for young men to die in.”
A boy rescues his sister from underneath the rubble of their home in Syria