A lot of people in this world have already lost their faith in humanity but can you really blame them? If you watch the news every single day you will see why this world seems so hopeless and broken.
Nevertheless, we should always keep in mind that most news outlets only focus on the negative and completely ignore the good deeds that our best citizens make sure to maintain every day.
It's time to regain your trust in humanity thanks to these amazing posts from all over the internet. The world is not doomed, it's considerably better than what it seems like.
Read this on one of the FB groups. Warmed my heart. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/z81fmWgCDZ— Reena Abbasi (@reenaabbasi) October 19, 2018
This mare lost her foal and then, two days later, this foal lost its mother. Here they are an hour after meeting. from r/pics
If anyone would like 2018 to include some good news, here it is...my 6 year old daughter, who woke up paralyzed from the waist down at 8 months old, who did many rounds of chemo, beat cancer and regained the use of her legs—has her first dance recital tomorrow. #cancer— josh fulton (@fultonhistory) December 9, 2018
Two parents listening to the heart transplanted from their 23-year-old son, who overdosed on opioids from r/pics
Good while it lasted 😂 pic.twitter.com/rZcSukXRKl— Dylan (@themindofd) June 5, 2017