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    15 People Who Prove You Don't Need To Do Something Big To Make A Difference

    You can go ahead and keep that last bit of hope in your heart.

    1. This person who had a stranger's back:

    u/LindsayIsBoring / Via reddit.com

    2. This kid who ensured their classmate was included:

    had lunch with my son at school for his birthday. he can pick 2 kids to sit with him and one i had never met. i asked afterward who he was and he said "oh, i don't really know him but no one had picked him for birthday lunch before" and just overall, kids are better than we are.

    3. This musician, Seth Low, who gave a much-appreciated private performance:

    Facebook: BaltimoreSymphonyMusicians

    4. This grandma who wants the best for her grandchild:

    I got up this morning to get ready for #DCPride. My grandma walked into my room, looked at my bi flag, and said, “Oh, this needs to be pressed out!” Such a simple gesture, but it holds so much love and meaning for me.

    5. These people who jumped into action when they were needed most:

    u/kdbice / Via reddit.com

    6. This person who was considerate of the people around them:

    For the very first time in my life, a tall person stood in front of me at a concert, looked back, asked “Can you still see?” and then answered themselves with “Of course you can’t, I’m like 6 feet tall,” and then MOVED. I wish so many blessings on their house

    7. This son that wanted to honor his dad for his mom:

    my father passed away when I was 1 and I only have a few shirts of his so I wore one for date night with my momma💕🤞🏽

    8. This mom who gave hugs to those who needed them most:

    This lady was giving “Free Mom Hugs” for all the people who went to the gay pride and didn’t have their moms support. Truly beautiful.

    9. This person who created the most coveted parking space in the world for a boy:

    My son has parked his bike by this lamppost just about every day for the last year. This morning, this sticker had appeared. Absolutely made our day. People can be so brilliant. Thank you, whoever did it 😊

    10. This person who understood the importance of these supplies:

    I went to Target today and was buying all my students supplies for the upcoming school year and was pushing a cart full of massive amounts of stuff and a lady stops me and says "Are you a teacher?" so I say yes and she says "I don't care the price. I'll pay for all of it."

    11. This person who was fully prepared:

    A girl in my sorority once ran across campus to bring me a battery for my insulin pump because I was in lab, & today she pulled out a handful of batteries and said she carries them around just in case I need one and it's honestly the nicest thing anyone's ever done for me.

    12. This person who took time out of their day to be kind:

    Left my backpack at a bus stop in Manhattan and a dude finds it, calls my number at Starbucks (he didnt have a phone) he found on Hamachi’s vac sheet, then waits at said Starbucks for me. God damn what a crazy good person. Got it back with everything inc. laptop and switch 😭😭

    13. This person who gave a little something extra:

    u/Ehellegreg / Via reddit.com

    "I am so pleased with this amazing bike and accessories that I want to add a little something to the purchase price. Please use this to treat yourselves to a special meal or event during your New York trip — in memory of your dad."

    14. This community that wanted a dounut shop owner to worry about one less thing:

    Seal Beach residents buy all the baked goods from local doughnut shop every morning so owner can close up shop and go to nursing facility to take care of his wife, who recently suffered brain aneurysm https://t.co/llqKKQVaEs

    15. And finally, this sister who was looking out for her brother:

    i recently noticed that whenever life was getting me down, i'd usually find a dollar in my pocket the next day. i told my parents how weird it was and they told me my little sister puts a dollar in one of my pockets when she knows i'm sad to help cheer me up and now i'm cryin

    H/T r/wholesomememes

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