Video shows a crowd in Zhejiang Province joining forces to save a woman trapped underneath a car. Seconds after the incident, passers gathered quickly and began lifting the car. It took 10 seconds for the woman to be saved.
Z104's Annual Stuff the Bus
Each year Z104, a radio station located in Norfolk, VA, rallies the community together for the local children. Brandon Stokes, radio talent and music visionary, sleeps on a bus for five days and works to collect toys for the less fortunate. In 2014, Z104 stuffed 18 buses full of toys - totaling to over 100,00 toys. 18 buses has set a new record of toys collected and buses stuffed.
Daughter Saves Mom Life
When a young girl couldn't wake up her mom, she acted fast and called 9-1-1. Her valiant efforts saved her mother's life.
Waitress Gets The Tip of a Lifetime
Cindi Grady was depressed because this might be the second Christmas without a tree and presents for her disabled son. As a server at the Cracker Barrel restaurant in Branson, Missouri, she didn’t know how she would pay for it all. Then, while at work, she got a $20 tip and thought things were beginning to look up. The couple at the table had been semi-regulars in the restaurant over the summer.
Suddenly Cindy’s boss told her to put down the tray and follow her. “They told me they had seen me come to work all summer in my shabby car and wanted to bless me with a 2008 Ford Fusion,” Cindi wrote on Facebook. Gary and Roxann Tackett from Quitman, Arkansas handed over the keys and paperwork to the car they had purchased especially for Cindy.
A Mentor Steps In
Macon High School senior Dominic Bergfield is like any other student, except that he is paralyzed from the neck down. He has always dreamed of being a writer and, thanks to a caring teacher who got him the technology he needed, that dream has been fulfilled. With lots of persistence, William King, a business instructor at Macon Area Career Center, acquired the technology that enabled Dominic to write his novel.
Every year star Texans wide-receiver Andre Johnson takes children, who otherwise wouldn't have a Christmas, shopping. His generosity changes lives and gives back hope to the families and children in the area.
Happy people are the ones who can endure the tough times still with a smile on their faces. They are more resilient and perhaps hard-wired to look on the positive side of things. It simply says happiness is a choice.
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