At some point in time, we will encounter something or someone who will change us forever including the way we perceive life. This is probably what happen to Josh. Life took a wrong turn when one of the precious people in his life died, his father. What made it worst is the fact that he is being bullied in school. For a boy like Josh, the hardest part is trying to fit in to a world that doesn’t seem to notice that he exists or would regard him as the weird one, uncool or outcast.
For some going through situations like this, they easily give in to fear and anger. Others would resort to doing negative acts such as revenge, drugs, suicide and whatnot. As for Josh, he did exactly what a kind soul would do. He surprised everyone with a little act of kindness which changed his life, the way people see him and encouraged them to be like him.
He was bullied and hurt yet these things didn’t stop him to live and be the voice of those who can’t speak for fear that they wouldn’t be accepted. Josh really lives up to the phrase, “Kill them with kindness,” and he did nail it.
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This Girl Built Her Dad’s 550-sq-ft House on the Coast of Maine, Using Her Own Hands.
Oh my… it’s sooo lovely!
Everyone of us has a dream and even though some aren't fortunate enough to follow the path towards it, they still carry with them the hope that someday they'll make that dream happen.
Bruce Porter is one of those dreamers yet what he only wants are simple things in life. His lifelong dream is to live in a tiny house on a remote island which led him to buying a small piece of land off the Maine Coast on Ragged Island. He spent the next 30 years hoping that someday he could build his dream home yet they remain nothing but dreams.
Meanwhile, his daughter Alex Scott Porter grew up and may have gotten the passion and inspiration from her father when she decided to be an architect. She made her dad's dream happen by helping him build his dream home, a beautiful tiny house which is only 550-square-foot that qualifies for the Tiny House Movement. The airy interiors and high ceilings of the house make it more spacious despite its size. The energy solutions are quite remarkable as well.
86-Year-Old Woman Sold Her House Just to Live On A Cruise Ship And Go On An Endless Voyage
Her late husband told her ‘never stop cruising.’
If you love cruising, the idea of living on a cruise ship sounds like the ultimate fantasy. But there are people who do it, for decades at a time.
16-Year-Old Teen Builds A Tiny House For His Future
This teen wanted to build a Tree House, but ended up making an incredible Tiny House!
Nowadays, teens are more concerned about what they posts on Facebook, computer games, crushes, bullying. But Austin Hay, 16 year old, is an exception. Austin is more concerned about his future home mortgage payments so he started building his own future home in 2010. Austin was inspired after watching his dad rebuild their family home that was burnt down. With his dad's dedication as his inspiration and a little knowledge he acquired from his high school shop class, Austin bought a $2,000 trailer using the money he earned from his summer job. Then he started constructing his 130 square-foot tiny house.
What an awesome kid! When asked if anyone can build their own home, Austin quickly replied without any second thoughts, "Oh yeah, they just have to put their mind to it, and that's what scares people. That and it's hard work."
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