The Kindness Blog is a place where I go when I want to give up on the human race and all the damage we do. The Kindness Blog is a refreshing oasis in the middle of the whirling sand storms of hate, cruelty, viciousness and anger.
Some of the pictures from the Kindness Blog moved me to tears of happiness and joy. I hope they bring you happiness as well:
A photo taken of a girl seeing herself in another photographer’s photo for the very first time. Her reaction is so beautiful and pure.
Aid worker giving water to a starving Nigerian boy.
Christians protecting Muslims while they pray during protests in Egypt.
A brave police officer handcuffed himself to a woman who was trying to commit suicide, saving her life.
A doctor calmed a weeping girl, about to have heart surgery, by watching cartoons with her.
A Japanese-American man tearfully welcomes his son home from WW2.
Baby bats rescued from a heat wave
A soldier rescued a baby bunny and then raised him, dedicating hours to feeding the little guy.
After work, this man takes uneaten bagels and hands them out to the needy on the street.
Have a seat ma’am…
Australian Firefighter giving a thirsty koala some much needed water after a wildfire.
A brave firefighter and the cat he saved from a burning building.
Irish rugby player Brian O’Driscoll visiting a girl in the hospital after winning the Heineken cup.
Man Reunited with His Dog After Tornado Destroys Their Home
An elderly person passed away in the waiting hall of the Shanxi Taiyuan train station, China. A Buddhist monk who happened to be waiting for his train went forth, held the deceased’s hand, and proceeded to bless him.
Punk rocker lets a little kid touch his spiked jacket
Superheros at children hospitals always makes us smile
This 82 year-old barber brings clippers to the park to give homeless people a free shave.
This firefighter risked his life to save one woman’s beloved cat.
This photo of a Mongolian girl and her camel is simply bursting with joy 🙂
A man holding an umbrella over a guy in a wheelchair.
This pit bull was on the ‘Kill list’ some years ago at the New York Animal care and Control.
He was adopted after a volunteer snapped this photo and posted it on Facebook.
This lovely woman jumped into the Boston Waterfront to save a wild bird. Look at her face…isn’t that the expression we all make to every adorable or baby animal we see?
I hope that these pictures of love, joy, compassion and courage make your day as they made mine.