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    9/11 Commemorative Newsletter Highlights Inspiring Good News That Sprang Up in Wake of Attacks

    All who are old enough to remember the tragedy of September 11, 2001 might not recall with equal vividness the inspiring outbreak of helpfulness and kindness that erupted in the wake of the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, DC, and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Good News Network, in existence for four years, had been publishing an […] More

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    Police officer who breastfed crying baby in a hospital is hailed a hero

    A police officer in Argentina is being called “beautiful” for breastfeeding a malnourished baby while working at a children’s hospital. A photo of officer Celeste Jaqueline Ayala nursing the distressed infant while on duty at the Sister Maria Ludovica Children’s Hospital in Buenos Aires on Aug. 14 caught fire on Facebook, racking up 110,000 shares after it was […] More

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    The Carpenter’s House

    An elderly carpenter was ready to retire. He told his employer-contractor of his plans to leave the house building business and live a more leisurely life with his wife enjoying his extended family. He would miss the paycheck, but he needed to retire. They could get by. The contractor was sorry to see his good […] More

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    Homeless Vet Who Gave Away His Last $20, Plans to Share Money Raised For Him With Others in Need

    The homeless Pennsylvania veteran who received hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations after a caring stranger began a GoFundMe for him is vowing to give it some of it away to help others in need. Johnny Bobbitt Jr., 34, received more than $360,000 after Kate McClure – a stranger he gave his last $20 to in […] More

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    15 Inspiring quotes on Gratitude

    “Start each day with a positive thought and a grateful heart.”  ― Roy T. Bennett Gratitude is a powerful tool that can uplift and transform anyone. These 15 quotes will inspire you to live a life of gratitude 1. “Developing an ‘attitude of gratitude’ is one of the simplest ways to improve your satisfaction with life.” — […] More

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    15 Things Americans Do That Confuse the Rest of the World

    1. CUSTOMIZE RESTAURANT ORDERS In some foreign cultures that take pride in their cuisine, it is considered uncouth to request condiments to adjust your meal to taste. Requesting a bottle of ketchup or salt that isn’t already on the table will get you some major side-eye from your server. If you’re worried about committing a […] More

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    Woman Dances All Night Long With Airport Strangers After Missing A Flight And Getting Stranded

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    While some people might sulk and complain about having to spend the night in an airport, Mahshid Mazooji was determined to turn it into a positive experience. Mahshid had missed a connecting flight last month in North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Rather than sit around, angry about the inconvenience, she decided to make the most […] More

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    From dishwasher to Millionaire: Ethiopian refugee achieves American dream

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    When Tashitaa Tufaa first arrived in Minneapolis from Ethiopia in 1992, he remembers craning his head skyward in disbelief. Looking up at the tallest skyscraper he had ever seen, he began counting the stories until he couldn’t count anymore. Eventually, he found out the building had 55 floors. It was a long way from Negele […] More

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    A Lonely 90-Year-Old Woman Writes Heartbreaking Note asking neighbor to be her friend 

    “I’m so lonesome and scared. Please I pray for someone.”   Making friends can be a daunting task, and it becomes even harder to do as one gets older. Sadly, people often overlook the reality that many elderly people live alone, and that isolation can lead to crippling loneliness and sadness. Marleen Brooks of California […] More

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    Amazon worker reunited with engagement ring after accidentally posting it 200 miles away

    A bride-to-be has been reunited with her engagement ring – after accidentally sending it more than 200 miles away. Amazon worker Tatiana Fernandez lost the diamond band in a box of children’s books during the packing process in Gourock, Inverclyde. She and her fiance, Stuart O’Neil, searched for the item along with colleagues, but gave […] More

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    Longtime Friends Separated After Pearl Harbor Reunite 76 Years Later: ‘There Was a Fabulous Kiss’

    When Carl Warner developed a crush on his high school friend, Abby Deutsch, he planned to ask her on a date— but just as he began saving money as a telegram messenger at Western Union, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, and America entered World War II. Warner enlisted in the Marines a few days after the attack, […] More

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    Scientists discover new method for killing cancer cells

    Scientists have discovered a new process for killing cancer cells that they claim could be more effective. The new method of killing cancer cells – called Caspase Independent Cell Death (CICD) – led to the complete eradication of tumours in experimental models. Currently most anti-cancer therapies (chemotherapy, radiation and immunotherapy) work by killing cancer cells through a process […] More

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    Woman finds missing ring on carrot in garden 13 years later

    A woman’s lost engagement ring has been found on a garden carrot after 13 years. Mary Grams from Alberta, Canada was weeding her garden in September 2004 when she believes she lost her diamond ring. But this week, the 84-year-old’s daughter-in-law uncovered the missing jewellery as she was pulling up carrots on the family farm. Speaking to […] More

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