To improve this world, it is not necessary to be rich by donating millions to charity. Sometimes it is enough to do little things: feed a hungry dog, help an old man carry heavy suitcases, or just smile at someone.
We collected 13 stories that prove that doing good things and making this world a better place is a lot easier than we thought.
I once saw a man begging his wife to let him buy a kebab. She kept saying no, but when he turned his head, another boy took a bite of his kebab. This is what I call solidarity between men.
Today I donated blood. When I was on the bus, I suddenly felt bad and passed out. All the passengers helped revive me. In addition, the driver changed routes and took me to the hospital without charging me anything. My phone and money fell from my hands and the passengers gave it all back to me. It’s such a pity I didn’t have a chance to say thank you to all of them.
A few days ago, I was in a store buying ice cream. At the cashier’s table, I saw 3 small children. They wanted to buy popsicles, but they didn’t have enough money. I gave them a few dollars. I wish you had seen their sparkling eyes!
A woman in a store forgot a bag of Oreo cookies on the cashier’s table right in front of me. I was so tempted to keep it to myself, but I resisted. I ran after the lady and gave her the bag. Can you imagine something like that? Give a bag of Oreo cookies to someone you don’t even know! Mad!
I did not sleep for 2 days while writing reports for my work. Yesterday I fell asleep at work and woke up at home. My boss called my husband to come to get me and gave me 2 days off.
Today is my day. And it’s not my birthday. It is the day my parents adopted me. I am already 21 years old and today my husband and I adopted a girl from the same orphanage. Now we have our day on the same day.
A week ago, I was on the bus. All the seats were taken. At one stop, a girl got on. The heels of her shoes were about 10 centimeters high. I myself know how difficult it is to be in a moving vehicle with such high heels. I offered her my place. The girl smiled and thanked me. I had forgotten everything, but today I had to get on a bus in high heels. Another understanding girl offered me her seat.
Today, in the warehouse, I saw an old man who had a bottle of milk in one hand and was counting coins in the other. It seemed that he did not have enough money to buy the milk. A guy came up behind him, dropped a $ 10 bill on the ground, and said to the old man, “I think you dropped something.” Then he just walked away.