There is absolutely no hiding the fact that the world is absolutely full of bad, terrible and horrible news. On particularly bad days, there seems to be new bad things happening every time you refresh your news feed.
Because we are so inundated with news, and constant updates are so embedded in our lives, it can be hard to break away from it all and remember that the world is also full of some very lovely things. Unfortunately, these nice moments of peace and kindness often get overshadowed.
But, if you are looking for a whole collection of wholesome posts, you are in the right place. So, here it is, a reminder that the world is full of love—and that will always win over darkness.
I gave a little kid some frozen yogurt today at work, and his mom says “okay, what do you say?” And he looks me dead in the eyes and says “I love you” 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭— a plate of bamya (@NourAbadiii) July 22, 2020
My uncle didn’t go to school so I am teaching him how to write and he wrote the names of his grandkids for the first time. 🥺 pic.twitter.com/Wer5Y6vG0u— Kennya 🏳️🌈 (@kennya_ramos) March 17, 2020
My kid is gaming with friends so I brought him a snack and he says, "Thanks, Love you" then laughter erupts on the headset and he goes, "What? You don't love your mothers? I'm sad for you." so if you need me I'll just be over here sobbing into my worlds best mom ribbon.— Ashley Willis (McNamara) (@ashleymcnamara) April 19, 2019
Eid Mubarak all✨— Abdirahim Saeed (@AbdirahimS) May 24, 2020
Especially to this Ikea branch in Germany.
Local Muslims asked if they can use the car park for prayers in order to maintain distancing per regulations. And Ikea said yes pic.twitter.com/6EDLmjkY9I
Was born without an arm so I built myself my own eletronic 3D printed arm. this is me holding an egg from r/pics
I’m on a plane and the entire flight sat still so that a man in the last seat at the back of the plane could get off and run to his next flight to try to make it to his twin daughters’ first father daughter-dance. Everyone rooted him on and clapped as he rushed down the aisle. 🥰— Jenny Hale (@jhaleauthor) February 14, 2020
I’m moving tomorrow and the old black lady the lives next to me just said “I’m going to miss you. I used to stay up every night when you would go out with your friends and I wouldn’t go to sleep until i heard your door close and i knew you made it home safe “ 😭😭😭— Stacey Marie (@Thatgirl_Stacey) June 22, 2019
I don’t tweet often, I only have 12 followers, but today was my final chemo session and I want to tell everyone (well 12 people at least! 😉) pic.twitter.com/jFXyZ1bIpF— honeybunny (@katyhelend) January 30, 2020
I too got vaccinated despite having Anti-Vax parents. Finally got my last immunization shot! from r/pics
Couldn’t be prouder of my dad. At the Wales vs Italy match he had a spare ticket and met a homeless man on the street who he gave the ticket to... made this mans year and said it was the nicest thing anyone has ever done for him! The smile says it all 🥰 pic.twitter.com/0JibbIDJak— Natassja Morgan 🧜🏼♀️ (@TashyMorgan) February 7, 2020
My daughter went to babysit for a new client. Single mom. Almost no furniture. Water is turned off. Instead of leaving, my daughter said she'd watch the kids for free and texted me: "Dad, can we get her water turned on?" Yes, we can. I love that kid— Sometimes clever (@FrozenChaps) March 28, 2020
In Mexico, school was cancelled because of the pandemic.— Akki (@akkitwts) August 6, 2020
This teacher turned her pickup truck into a portable classroom.
She drives two hours a day to teach children with autism who don't have books or access to the internet.
Found a YouTube channel of this guy who's Dad walked out on him when he was 12.— Bruce Wayne | The Wizard (@FaisalTreShah) May 17, 2020
Now a dad to two (adult) kids himself, he's made a YouTube Channel called "Dad, How Do I?" - where he makes maintenance videos for people with no Dads.
His channel: https://t.co/HCx6KeYdW7 pic.twitter.com/4D6lfu0yLs
This little boy gave up his seat to a lady who entered the train w/ a stroller & baby— StanceGrounded (@_SJPeace_) January 23, 2020
Then as he is standing, his mom falls asleep w/ her head on the bare railing. He takes her bags & carries them. Then, puts his hand in between her head & railing so she can use it as a pillow😭 pic.twitter.com/6kZiQqVHwn
my mom is my role model.— Annadote 💊 (@AnnaKhadejah) September 20, 2019
her student couldn’t find a babysitter today & being the true African mother that she is, taught a THREE hour class with the baby on her back & fed him.
I’m so blessed to be raised by a woman who loves the world as much as her own children. pic.twitter.com/6yuynJhuPw
We have just had our patio done and my 6yo has loved going out and helping the builder, so it made his day to receive this. What an example of kindness 😊 pic.twitter.com/Wq39TU4uwL— Steph Kemp (@steph_heathcote) July 27, 2020
overheard a teenage boy buying a Valentine's card that said 'we are the same kind of weird'. shop assistant said 'is this for your girlfriend?' and he said 'no, it's for my grandma'— Deirdre (@figgled) February 13, 2020
I was born addicted to heroin, my dad was killed when I was 3, and I tried to kill myself when I was 11 and again when I was 16.— no cops allowed (@huskerdu_rag) May 15, 2020
Somehow I’m alive and graduated with a 3.8, honors, and a semester early 🥰
Lemme flex today pic.twitter.com/dhYTHXI3lR