The chilly and dark half of the year is getting closer and closer, so we all need a bit of extra warmth and light in our lives. Fortunately, human beings have the ability to do amazing things that lift up our spirits and make us warm and fuzzy inside. So to get you feeling like the world is a magical place full of wonder, Bored Panda has collected some of the most wholesome stories from around the globe.

Remember to upvote your fave ones, dear Pandas. Also, we know that 2020 has been a tough year so far, but we’d love it if you could let us know what positive things have happened to you in the comments. When you’re done with this awesome list, check out our latest uplifting posts here, here, and here.

Staying optimistic helps us deal with whatever storms might come our way and reduces the negative effects of stress. The New York Times puts it best when it says that optimism isn’t about ignoring negative feelings, but it’s all about being hopeful for what the future might bring. So you don’t have to smile if you don’t feel like it—all it takes is some hope. However, hope and optimism aren't the same thing, as psychologist, priest, and published author Dr. Fraser Watts told Bored Panda. Scroll down for our interview with him.

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Today Oliver Stopped Me Dead In His Tracks And Turned Back Around To See This Picture That He Spotted! He Just Stared At It In Awe

Today Oliver Stopped Me Dead In His Tracks And Turned Back Around To See This Picture That He Spotted! He Just Stared At It In Awe

He recognized another boy like him, smiling and laughing on a display at Target. Oliver sees kids every day, but he never gets to see kids like him. This was amazing! I am so happy that other kids that pass through here with their parents, will see this! There is a lot of focus on representing diversity, but representing people with disabilities is just as important

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

So right, you are. Oliver is adorable. I hope he will always get the support he needs.

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#2

The Good Son

The Good Son

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

Chivalry lives in this young gentleman.

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#3

Helping Out Kids Without Fathers

Helping Out Kids Without Fathers

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Tal
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2 months ago

Ohh I need some of these videos

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According to Dr. Watts, optimism and hope aren't the same thing. "First, I need to make a distinction between hope and optimism, as Terry Eagleton does in his 2015 book called 'Hope without Optimism.' Optimism is more a matter of prediction. Hope is more a matter of attitude," Dr. Watts explained the difference between the two.

"In the present situation, I don't think there are any good grounds for optimism, and to be optimistic would be a retreat into a fantasy world," he pointed out. "However, even in present circumstances, it is possible and really helpful to maintain a positive, hopeful attitude."

Unfortunately, there's is no single surefire way of keeping that hope alive when things are tough. "Practice helps. It depends on a long process of cultivating a positive mindset. It is useful to be clear that hope does not depend on believing that everything is going to be fine. It is more an act of will."

#4

Wholesome Old Black Lady

Wholesome Old Black Lady

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Stacy S.
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2 months ago

So sweet!

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#5

A Wholesome Flex

A Wholesome Flex

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MagicalUnicorn
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2 months ago

you go, lady, amazing achievements :)

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#6

It’s The Little Things

It’s The Little Things

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Evelína Zlá
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2 months ago

Good job, Sara :)

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Even though most people don't distinguish between hope on the one hand and optimism on the other, the internet is full of advice on how to keep your spirits up even if things seem incredibly challenging. One of the ways to stay optimistic even when times are incredibly tough is sitting down and thinking about all the things that you’re grateful for having. Gratitude journals can help out with this, even though they might sound cheesy.

There are other ways to maintain your optimism, too. For example, Select Health stresses that taking care of yourself is vital when things are hard. That means exercising, getting plenty of rest, setting time aside for your hobbies.

And, yes, that even means treating yourself from time to time: whether it’s sinking into a hot bath after a long week at work or sneaking in an hour of video gaming in between doing homework (we won’t tell if you won’t). When you do what you love without guilt or shame, suddenly the world feels brighter, doesn’t it? As long as you don't overindulge, of course.

#7

Uncle Looks So Happy

Uncle Looks So Happy

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MagicalUnicorn
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2 months ago

this is sweetest thing i saw whole day, bless his heart <3

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#8

Sadio Mane, The Liverpool Star Earning Approximately $10.2M Per Year Has Given The World A Lesson In Modesty After Some Fans Spotted Him Carrying A Cracked iPhone

Sadio Mane, The Liverpool Star Earning Approximately $10.2M Per Year Has Given The World A Lesson In Modesty After Some Fans Spotted Him Carrying A Cracked iPhone

His response is legendary:

“Why would I want 10 Ferraris, 20 diamond watches and 2 jet planes? What would that do for the world? I starved, I worked in the fields, I played barefoot, and I didn’t go to school. Now I can help people. I prefer to build schools and give poor people food or clothing. I have built schools & a stadium; we provide clothes, shoes, and food for people in extreme poverty. I give 70 euros per month to all people from a very poor Senegalese region in order to contribute to their family economy. I do not need to display luxury cars, luxury homes, trips, and even planes. I prefer that my people receive a little of what life has given me,” Mane said.

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

Sadio Mane is a humble man. He does not forget where he is from, and gives back to his community. You have to respect that. Good work, Mr. Mane.

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#9

My Dad Hasn’t Painted In Over 30 Years. Now That He’s Retired He Decided To Pick Up A Brush Again

My Dad Hasn’t Painted In Over 30 Years. Now That He’s Retired He Decided To Pick Up A Brush Again

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

Your dad has talent. That almost looks like a photograph.

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Things are always easier to bear when you’re surrounded by loved ones, Forbes points out. So even if you’re feeling down in the dumps or as blue as a Smurf, take some time to connect. Give your siblings a call or arrange to meet with a pal you haven’t seen in some time.

This whole end-of-the-world business doesn’t seem as scary when you’re laughing and having fun with awesome peeps. Meanwhile, we hope that these wholesome stories will be enough for now.

#10

I Love You Mom

I Love You Mom

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

Is there a ribbon for potentially the world's best son?

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#11

Spotted In Manchester, UK

Spotted In Manchester, UK

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Csaba Hegedűs
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2 months ago

Pictures of cats can fix pretty much anything.

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#12

I Told My Grandma I Was Bisexual A Few Weeks Ago And Today She Gave Me This. My Grandma Made Me A Rainbow Sweater

I Told My Grandma I Was Bisexual A Few Weeks Ago And Today She Gave Me This. My Grandma Made Me A Rainbow Sweater

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

Your Grandma loves you.

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After Almost 2 Years Of Dealing With Traumas And Depression I Finally Got The Motivation To Clean My Room Entirely

After Almost 2 Years Of Dealing With Traumas And Depression I Finally Got The Motivation To Clean My Room Entirely

It almost took 9 hours, and 2 trash bags full with plastic bottles, pizza boxes and other trash. I'm proud of my work

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Pseudo Puppy
Community Member
2 months ago

this is such an achievement for anyone dealing with depression. Makes my heart smile. <3

Cat Streat
Community Member
1 month ago

This is a major achievement for ANYONE much less someone struggling with depression! Well done!

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Stephanie Did It
Community Member
2 months ago

Speaking as a person with chronic illness and depression, this is HUGE.

Mikal Du Preez
Community Member
2 months ago

Many people don't realise how hard it is for someone struggling with severe depression to do the simple things -- cleaning the house, taking a shower, brushing your teeth, eating. So proud and happy for you. ❤

Francis
Community Member
2 months ago

i'm proud of you aswell! i've got depressions myself and cleaning your room can be so hard, but it feels amazing when it's done

Tired-Panda
Community Member
1 month ago

I've just done the same today and my parents came in and commented how amazing it looked. I keep looking up from my laptop, or getting up from my bed to see how tidy and big it looks. I'm so happy and proud. I suffer from severe depression and many chronic illnesses and disabilities, so this is a very big achievement.

Sori
Community Member
2 months ago

Congrats! It can be so hard sometimes but you did great!

Kirsten Kerkhof
Community Member
2 months ago

Good job!

Suzie McDaniel
Community Member
2 months ago

This is a super big deal. I totally get it. My room is a mess right now because I haven't had the energy or mental capacity to clean it. Depression sucks. :(

Katy Malinowski
Community Member
2 months ago

I've been there and that feeling of calm that comes over you once your living areas are neat and orderly does amazing things to your psyche. Even for just a bit. Keep fighting it, little bits at a time. I'll think of you and hope you have more days like this.

KombatBunni
Community Member
2 months ago

This motivates me to clean up my room..some days you just don't care and it's a fight to get out of bed. What a champ.

Jai MacIain
Community Member
2 months ago

I burst into tears reading this. I thought I was the only one like this. My house is a complete mess and even though I have the desire my body and mind just wants to sleep at the moment. This has given me hope. Thank you and all the best.

Beverly
Community Member
2 months ago

It looks lovely.

Mimi777
Community Member
1 month ago

It may not seem like a big deal to some. But when you have depression the smallest tasks are tough. Taking a shower, taking a walk, getting laundry done, even getting out of bed.. I would let laundry pile up for weeks and just stare it and feel stuck. I just couldn’t do it. I had no motivation or energy. I’m so happy for this person!!

Carole Reid
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1 month ago

One day at a time.

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BusLady
Community Member
1 month ago

It's harder than people think. It can be very difficult to do basic things that other people take for granted.

alwaysMispelled
Community Member
1 month ago

I have been there, heck I AM there. I sleep on my couch in the living room because my bedroom is just a disaster :-( sometimes I get a little motivated to clean but then I just get soo overwhelmed... hopefully one day I'll be able to get myself to clean everything up

Frenchie
Community Member
2 months ago

you should be proud! That first moment pushing towards normalcy is the hardest leap. But look at you!! You did it!! Let yourself feel that pride And accomplishment. You deserve it

Odette Boisvert
Community Member
2 months ago

I feel you!!!

Trying so hard thinking
Community Member
2 months ago

Great!

Daphne Y
Community Member
1 month ago

My whole house is a disaster. One day....

Cathy Carey
Community Member
1 month ago

Yes, doing the everyday things to care for yourself is key to getting better - so is just doing nice things for others when you get the opportunity.

Ellen Daniels
Community Member
1 month ago

We're with you! Grab those good days!

Brandi VanSteenwyk
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1 month ago

Only another person in that boat of major depression can truly understand what an incredibly difficult task that most definitely was. I've repeatedly tried to explain the never-ending circle/cycle -- depression wipes you out so you have no energy to accomplish tasks, not accomplishing things deepens the feelings of worthlessness, feeling of worthlessness increases the major depressive feelings, no energy to accomplish.... (you get it) -- that perpetuates a situation others see only as laziness. Frankly, I'm proud of you Survivor!!

Courtney Christelle
Community Member
2 months ago

Hopefully your soul is as clear as your room.

Kate Yeti
Community Member
2 months ago

So proud of you! That really is an amazing step!! Thank you for sharing. I hope to be able to take that step myself soon.

Z Alexi
Community Member
1 month ago

Scandinavians treat depression with light. When I moved into an apt with wall-to-wall windows [facing Manhattan's east], my blue-as-a Smurf depression decreased by 95%. Going outside is no longer creepy nor is initiating phone calls scary. Brushing/flossing teeth [w/Rx mouthwash; co-pay's cheaper than Listerine] is a MUST or my teeth will fall out & my DDS will read me the Riot Act: "You don't have to brush your teeth…just the ones you want to keep."

Ariana Luther
Community Member
1 month ago

I also did this recently. I ended up taking 4 trash bags of bottles and empty food containers. Had like 4 loads of laundry, and I still haven’t even gotten under my bed yet...I’m working on it tho

Marcus Heslop
Community Member
1 month ago

Jesus Christ!

Ina Schweitzer
Community Member
1 month ago

Depression is a terrible thing; I have a son and a husband who have to deal with it. But it's amazing how cleaning a room can also "clean the mind." This is awesome. It takes a lot of strength.

Diana Robinson
Community Member
1 month ago

I know what that’s like, when you feel like you can’t even move. Great job- your room looks beautiful!

Kathy Cook
Community Member
1 month ago

Depression is hard, but you are beginning down a new road. Stay focused and find a soulmate to share your thoughts with. Good luck!

Lisa Chambers
Community Member
1 month ago

That is a very huge accomplishment! Well done.

Patzpie
Community Member
1 month ago

I feel you. I’m still trying to find the energy......

Grace Smith
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1 month ago

Absolutely fucking splendid

Patricia Kasprowski
Community Member
1 month ago

Good job! You are on the road, keep marching along.

Jewell Martin
Community Member
1 month ago

Now that’s impressive! I have slept on a bare plastic mattress for two nights because I can’t get the strength and motivation to make it. I won’t let my husband make up my hospital bed at home because I claimed that job for myself. But your room is amazing!

Jim Gould
Community Member
1 month ago

WOW you are so amazing

Angela Pallaschke
Community Member
1 month ago

this is amazing to see. i have issues with depression as well and have a wonderful husband who is patient and actually has a mini celebration with me when i am able to get out of the depression and do this.

Bazzinga
Community Member
1 month ago

I am so proud of you!!!!!! I'm not quite there yet but I aspire to this 😊❤️

Julieta S.
Community Member
1 month ago

We, the internet stalkers, are so proud of you too!

Iggy
Community Member
1 month ago

Not only does it look clean, but it looks stylish too. Well done!

Claire Armstrong
Community Member
1 month ago

Oh God, that struggle is so real! I'm like that a lot! Even trying to go for a bath, I just cannot summon the energy to do anything! And I hate it! And I hate myself for being like that! But I just can't push through it!

Fixin'Ta
Community Member
1 month ago

That is a HUGE accomplishment. I know this struggle well, and to dive in and spend almost the whole day -- well done, dear person. Well done.

KarmaPeace
Community Member
1 month ago

Woww congrats, im at a low point and need to do the same desperately but at the moment its all too much

Ashley Harrold
Community Member
1 month ago

You should be very proud of yourself. That is a huge step

Nicole Tomme
Community Member
1 month ago

I have lived with depression for years. I know the pain, the struggle. I congratulate you on your accomplishment and pray you always feel this good moving forward.

Thalia Lovering
Community Member
1 month ago

Well done. I love the colour on your walls.

Laura Crawley
Community Member
1 month ago

u can come over hand help me out of my piles of woe

Amanda Abel
Community Member
1 month ago

Excellent progress. Be well.

Little Dino
Community Member
2 months ago

great job! also, i love your wall color :)

Bacony
Community Member
2 months ago

*victory trumpets*

Norah Reilly
Community Member
2 months ago

Keep going, O Gorgeous One!

Darwinist
Community Member
2 months ago

I hope restoring order to your room can motivate you to get out of depression

Patricia Kasprowski
Community Member
2 weeks ago

A positive sign of improving mental health. May you continue on this positive road.

Teresa Groth
Community Member
2 weeks ago

Thank Jesus that you are able too see that you are truly blessed and worth feeling good about yourself and your surroundings!

Jennah Michelle
Community Member
1 month ago

I wish I had the same motivation

Charlotte Florell
Community Member
1 month ago

I did this recently, it was such a freeing feeling

Annie Wright
Community Member
1 month ago

I’m proud of you too. I wish I could find the motivation to do the same to my desk. I have no excuses, I’m just a couch potato gone to seed

Elaine Mattingly
Community Member
1 month ago

Heading in the right direction. Thank goodness. It's a battle worth fighting and winning.

Angela Allen Simms
Community Member
1 month ago

Your room radiates a solitary peace to me! Not a depressed place! I love how you made your room available to your sensibilities!! best to recognize the saddest moments and find that one thing that make your soul happy...it's not to heard if you pay attention, start with unicorns, you can't be sad if you live on a unicorn...it's!

Kat Rogers
Community Member
1 month ago

Would have loved to see A Before Picture~ Hopefully IT would have made Me Feel Better about MY MESS... Mine is physical health reasons, but THAT'LL Make You feel depressed.

Ms.GB
Community Member
1 month ago

That is an AMAZING accomplishment for someone with depression

Le Box of Shame
Community Member
1 month ago

that's a nice room!

Marilyn Chetwynd
Community Member
1 month ago

After about 10 years of depression I have, with the help of my son, cleared my house. Over 60 bin liners to the tip. I feel so much better.

Michelle Ski
Community Member
1 month ago

If you've never suffered from depression, you don't know just how huge this is. Bravo.

Danielle Boisvert
Community Member
1 month ago

You did a wonderful job ! <3

Mare Freed
Community Member
1 month ago

It's beautiful, and so are you.

Barb Moy
Community Member
1 month ago

So you should be, It looks great.

SF Angel
Community Member
1 month ago

THIS is everything

Melanie Duncan
Community Member
1 month ago

Your room looks great!

Gisela Scholze
Community Member
1 month ago

That's how the light gets in ..... now open a window !

Samantha Power
Community Member
1 month ago

Very well done, you have every reason to be proud x

Karen Dyson
Community Member
1 month ago

I'm proud of your work too.

Cybele Spanjaard
Community Member
1 month ago

Brilliant.

Vicky Nicoll
Community Member
1 month ago

What a great start with new steps. Good on you. We rooting for you 👍

Mya Lugar
Community Member
1 month ago

I haven't made it through the procrastination stage yet..I hope I move past this grand funk soon. Congratulations! I am sure it feels good!

Gigi Baldez
Community Member
1 month ago

You did an excellent job! This is awesome considering your situation - you are Great - you are Worthy - you are AWESOME & don't ever forget it!

Barbara Stewart
Community Member
1 month ago

Looks good.

Jace
Community Member
1 month ago

This can actually help depression because it’s a way of exercising agency.

Susan Miller
Community Member
1 month ago

Sleep well, dear!

George Davis
Community Member
1 month ago

So am I!

Jane Petersen
Community Member
1 month ago

I feel this.

Bunny Wood
Community Member
1 month ago

Well done. There is a famous speech by a general about starting the day by making your bed. Keep it up

Gloria Jackson-Nefertiti
Community Member
1 month ago

This is so encouraging to see. I suffer from depression as well, and thankfully, I have someone helping me with my room. I just look forward to the day that my room looks as tidy as yours!

Ruth Dyke
Community Member
1 month ago

Anyone who knows about depression knows this is amazing? How did you get started?

Kim
Community Member
1 month ago

2 years of trauma? Try 30.

Lily
Community Member
1 month ago

It looks great!

Teri Campisi
Community Member
1 month ago

Wish I could clean my room like that! It's been 12 years since I have cleaned mine!

JustRoz
Community Member
1 month ago

You are awesome!!!

Donald Holder
Community Member
1 month ago

Kudos. Depression is a terrible disease.

Jaybird3939
Community Member
1 month ago

Good going! You're definitely moving in the right direction.

Lynn Greene
Community Member
1 month ago

Beautiful. So many reasons for depression and so many of us understand. Well done

CharliAnn Olney
Community Member
1 month ago

Been There! Such a wonderful Achievement!!

Storm Rise
Community Member
1 month ago

You're incredible- and this is a huge achievement! I also suffer from depression and know exactly how hard this can be!!! <3

Lizabeth Gray
Community Member
1 month ago

Been there, not easy but this is a big step forward

Sheereen Chandani
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

Why wasn't the room cleaned over a period of time/weeks rather than doing everything over 9 long hours...the 9 hours of cleaning sounds as torturous as the nirvana of having a clean room...the room also looks depressing( got the blues by looking at it :( A little decoration is okay as long as it's not accumulating dust ..Also, the painting needs to be replaced with something that could probably be less of a trigger since depression does cause suicidal thoughts and the golden gate bridge could feed those thoughts...some nice scenery of nature, flowers, wild life would be amazing!!

Sharon Madsen
Community Member
1 month ago

You are strong! Congrats!

Leo Petipas
Community Member
1 month ago

Someone has been reading Jordan Peterson.

Ralph Burton
Community Member
1 month ago

Well done. Xx

Paula Moyes
Community Member
1 month ago

That is a lot of emotional work too. Great job!!

Denise Mclean
Community Member
1 month ago

It really is a Great Accomplishment because Depression can make the smallest thing so Overwhelming and what a Great Job !

Candy Terrell
Community Member
1 month ago

Great job, and will probably lessen your depression a great deal! : )

Terry Tinker
Community Member
1 month ago

I've been there. Please keep putting one foot in front the other, literally & figuratively. You are loved and people do care.

Julia B
Community Member
1 month ago

You did a GREAT JOB!! You DESERVE to be proud!

Catherine Brady
Community Member
1 month ago

You should be proud. Well done!

Anouk Raemen
Community Member
1 month ago

This is amazing, knowing how hard it is to do the seemingly impossible tasks when struggling with depression. I don't know this person, but I just want to say, I'm so proud of you too!

Danielle Windecker
Community Member
1 month ago

Great job! You should be so proud!

Missus Magoo
Community Member
1 month ago

That's a huge achievement. Do your best to keep safe and look after you.

Karen Loftus
Community Member
1 month ago

🤗👌🏻🕊beautiful! Well done, you! xoxo

Jillian Martin
Community Member
1 month ago

😀😀😀😀

KCN
Community Member
1 month ago

That is a fantastic job! Something I should also do. (Just a tiny hint for the future: change the paint color in your room to something lighter? Maybe even just one wall....might help too.)

Stijn V.
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2 months ago

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change the sheets and the depression will be gone .

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Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

That is dedication. Thank you.

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#15

Thanks Frankie’s East Aside Restaurant For Doing The Right Thing

Thanks Frankie’s East Aside Restaurant For Doing The Right Thing

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago (edited)

God bless you, Dan for your compassion and your kindness.

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#16

Single Dad In Thailand Wore A Dress To A Mother's Day Event For His Sons So That They Didn't Feel Left Out

Single Dad In Thailand Wore A Dress To A Mother's Day Event For His Sons So That They Didn't Feel Left Out

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Verena Gitterle
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2 months ago

that is love!

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#17

Hearing The Words From Love

Hearing The Words From Love

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ADHORTATOR
Community Member
2 months ago

but at the end, you were....

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#18

And All Of Those 12 People Are Happy For You

And All Of Those 12 People Are Happy For You

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Sue Hazlewood
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2 months ago

Well now it is a lot more than 12 who know and share your happiness. Congratulations

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#19

Doctors Told Us To Make Preparations For Losing Her, But After 5 Brain Surgeries My Baby Had Her First Disney Trip At 3 Years Old

Doctors Told Us To Make Preparations For Losing Her, But After 5 Brain Surgeries My Baby Had Her First Disney Trip At 3 Years Old

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Verena Gitterle
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2 months ago

such a pretty little lady!

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#20

Dr. Mohamed Mashali Was A Well-Known Doctor Based In The Northern Egypt. He Was Awarded With The Title “Doctor Of The Poor” For Serving His Community For Over 50 Years

Dr. Mohamed Mashali Was A Well-Known Doctor Based In The Northern Egypt. He Was Awarded With The Title “Doctor Of The Poor” For Serving His Community For Over 50 Years

Mohammed Mashali once found a child that suffered from diabetes and needed insulin shot but couldn't afford them, so he asked his mother to buy him some. Sadly his mother could not afford them either and the child passed away. After this, he moved to one of the poorest countries and began treating medical patients free of charge. He passed away on July 28, 2020. Days before his death he was still helping everyone he could

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

Angels do walk amongst us. Rest in peace, sir.

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#21

He Guarded A Bird With Broken Wing Under My Truck For Four Days Before It Could Fly Off

He Guarded A Bird With Broken Wing Under My Truck For Four Days Before It Could Fly Off

Had to bring them both food and water because he refused to leave its side day and night, very proud of him

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Sue Hazlewood
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2 months ago

Such a look of concern on doggos face. LOL

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#22

I Live In My Van. Found This On My Windshield This Morning

I Live In My Van. Found This On My Windshield This Morning

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ADHORTATOR
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2 months ago

this man is a real christian.

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#23

I Too Got Vaccinated Despite Having Anti-Vax Parents. Finally Got My Last Immunization Shot

I Too Got Vaccinated Despite Having Anti-Vax Parents. Finally Got My Last Immunization Shot

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

Good for you! You must be the bright one in the family.

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#24

The Left One Is My Art. Found The Drawing On The Right In My Little Brother's Room One Day

The Left One Is My Art. Found The Drawing On The Right In My Little Brother's Room One Day

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Nicolas Pilot
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2 months ago

Imitation is the highest form of flattery. Beautiful art pieces, both of them!

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#25

Lost My Car Key While Jogging On The Rail Trail, Went Back Looking For It And Stumbled Upon This. I Owe My Whole Soul To Whoever Did This

Lost My Car Key While Jogging On The Rail Trail, Went Back Looking For It And Stumbled Upon This. I Owe My Whole Soul To Whoever Did This

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spirit wolf
Community Member
2 months ago

Forest fairies.

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#26

Me In First Grade Pre Surgery vs. Me In 2020 

Me In First Grade Pre Surgery vs. Me In 2020 

Had several surgeries due to birth defects. Just completed the dental treatment (which included having my jaw wired shut for several months). Very happy with the results

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

Wow! I truly admire your strength, your grit, and your resolve. Best of luck to you for a bright future.

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#27

Don't Forget To Appreciate Your Grannies

Don't Forget To Appreciate Your Grannies

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

Aww, that's very sweet. My maternal grandma was a lovely lady too. However, the less said, the better about my paternal one...

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#28

Autism Be Damned My Boy Can Work A Grill

Autism Be Damned My Boy Can Work A Grill

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ADHORTATOR
Community Member
2 months ago

he looks so happy...

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#29

My Son And His Best Friend, Both Told Their Survival Rate Would Be Around 2%, Walked The Stage And Graduated Tonight

My Son And His Best Friend, Both Told Their Survival Rate Would Be Around 2%, Walked The Stage And Graduated Tonight

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varwenea
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

These two gentlemen, as well as their dedicated family, caregivers, teachers are all to be commended.

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#30

Well Done IKEA

Well Done IKEA

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Pseudo Puppy
Community Member
2 months ago

it doesn't need to take a lot to be kind & respectful. <3

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#31

Role Model Mom

Role Model Mom

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Pseudo Puppy
Community Member
2 months ago

love to parents uniting to support oneanother!

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#32

My Little Brother Has Autism. He Turned 17 Today. I Came Home From Work To This Note

My Little Brother Has Autism. He Turned 17 Today. I Came Home From Work To This Note

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Lauren Caswell
Community Member
2 months ago

That's so touching, and I love the ps ^-^ another great family relationship! BP was right this whole post is making me smile

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#33

My Brother Was The First To Graduate With A Master's In My Family. My Dad Couldn't Stop Crying

My Brother Was The First To Graduate With A Master's In My Family. My Dad Couldn't Stop Crying

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Pseudo Puppy
Community Member
2 months ago

to have a parent so proud.... <3

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#34

Kind Heart

Kind Heart

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Francis
Community Member
2 months ago

you raised a very good kid!

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#35

This Kind Gesture

This Kind Gesture

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

Great dad!

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#36

My 101-Year-Old Grandfather Threw A 100th Birthday Party For His Best Friend, Bob

My 101-Year-Old Grandfather Threw A 100th Birthday Party For His Best Friend, Bob

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

This is wonderful! Both gentlemen look so happy.

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#37

I Asked My Mum To Make Me A Face Mask. I Guess Even After 40 Years I’m Still Her Little Boy

I Asked My Mum To Make Me A Face Mask. I Guess Even After 40 Years I’m Still Her Little Boy

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Francis
Community Member
2 months ago

i want one too! dinosaurs rule

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#38

Same Bike, Same Place, Same Girl. 71 Years Difference

Same Bike, Same Place, Same Girl. 71 Years Difference

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Ms Forty Seven
Community Member
2 months ago

She kept the adorable smile

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#39

The Docs Gave My Son A 10% Chance To Survive His CHD. He Is 6 Months Old Today And Thriving

The Docs Gave My Son A 10% Chance To Survive His CHD. He Is 6 Months Old Today And Thriving

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Ms Forty Seven
Community Member
2 months ago

CHD stands for Congenital Heart Defect. Such a beautiful child - way to go!

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#40

Such A Wholesome Sister

Such A Wholesome Sister

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Kirsten Kerkhof
Community Member
2 months ago

... and open the flood gates.

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#41

Love You Dad

Love You Dad

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Francis
Community Member
2 months ago

i didn't speak until i was almost 5. my mum was worried that something might be wrong with me. i got tested... I WAS JUST TO LAZY TO SPEAK. there was no need for me to talk at home but at the dotors appointment i talked in quite complex sentences for my age :D my mum now loves this story

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#42

Cracking Little Builder

Cracking Little Builder

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Fred and George Weasley
Community Member
2 months ago

cute :,)

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#43

Was Born Without An Arm So I Built Myself My Own Eletronic 3D Printed Arm. This Is Me Holding An Egg

Was Born Without An Arm So I Built Myself My Own Eletronic 3D Printed Arm. This Is Me Holding An Egg

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

Impressive.

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#44

In Memory Of My Father

In Memory Of My Father

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Rabbit Carrot
Community Member
2 months ago

Beautiful. I love outline tattoos.

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#45

My Cat Ripped Open His Favorite Toy. This Is My Grandma Sewing It Back Together

My Cat Ripped Open His Favorite Toy. This Is My Grandma Sewing It Back Together

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Brigs
Community Member
2 months ago

Kitty is doing quality inspection

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#46

During Her Battle With Cancer And After She Beat It

During Her Battle With Cancer And After She Beat It

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm glad that you are alive and well. You look great!

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#47

As A Teenager She Had A Domestic Accident Which Left Her Chest, Neck And Arms Severely Burned. Today, 10 Years Later, She Managed To Heal In A Way She Never Imagined

As A Teenager She Had A Domestic Accident Which Left Her Chest, Neck And Arms Severely Burned. Today, 10 Years Later, She Managed To Heal In A Way She Never Imagined