31 Moments That Restored Our Faith In Humanity In 2014
Sometimes you need a reminder that people really are wonderful.
The woman who designed 3D printed prosthetics for Derby the dog - who was born with deformed front legs - enabling him to run and play.
The Reddit user who gave his girlfriend a jar of 365 love notes - so she could have a good start to each day of the year.
The town that celebrated the holidays (including Halloween and Christmas) over one week in early October so that four-year-old cancer patient Ethan, who only had weeks to live, could take part.
The commuters who worked together to free a man wedged between a train and the platform.
And the reaction of this 13-year-old when his best friend came out via text message.
The seven-year-old who set up a lemonade stand to raise money for his best friend's surgery for cerebral palsy, and raised over $60,000 with the help of the community and the internet.
And the six-year-old who wrote a book for his best friend with a rare liver disorder, and raised over a million dollars for research into the disease after copies were sold for $20 each.
The parents who made a video celebrating their transgender son with the aim of promoting awareness and acceptance.
And his dad, who helped him build an animal shelter in their garage after discovering what his son had been doing.
The three-year-old girl who decided to cut off her hair (and give Rapunzel a matching cut) so it could be made into wigs for children with cancer.
The scientists who invented a device that reroutes brain signals, enabling this quadriplegic man to move his hand with his mind.
The bus driver who stopped his bus, which was full of passengers, to comfort a bullied girl he saw crying on the footpath.
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