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7-Year-Old Girl Sends Google a Job Application Letter, Receives Awesome Response

This girl is going places!

When you ask most seven-year-old kids today what they want to be when they grow up, you’ll most likely receive typical answers. They would often say that they want to be doctors, teachers, firemen, policemen, astronauts, or potatoes (in extreme situations) in the future. Well, that’s totally normal and we’re fine with it.

However, a certain seven-year-old British girl named Chloe Bridgewater has a unique goal: she wants to work for Google (and be an Olympic swimmer and, uh, work in a chocolate factory, too – but hey, part-time might work). To show the Silicon Valley giant that she is serious, she sent them a handwritten job application letter. Chloe seems genuinely interested in landing a job at Google because she’s not one who loves to write letters, so we guess it took her some serious effort to do so. In fact, this one is only the second letter that she wrote all her life – the first one was addressed to Father Christmas.

Read Chloe’s letter:

Andy told his daughter, Chloe, about the Google Headquarters.

What sparked Chloe’s interest to work for Google was the question that she once asked her father, Andy. She wondered what he would’ve done instead if he wasn’t selling refrigerator parts. Andy told Chloe that he would’ve loved to work at Google because it would’ve been cool. He then showed her photos of the Silicon Valley headquarters, including the slides, go-karts, and bean bags. And, upon seeing the photos, she decided that she found her dream company. Being the supportive father that he is, Andy encouraged Chloe to write Google a letter, which she did.

But, neither Andy nor Chloe expected what came after sending the letter. The thing is, “Google Boss”, who is none other than Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, sent her a response!

Mr. Sundar Pichai signed the letter himself!

Andy and Chloe were fired up when Mr. Pichai replied to the letter.

Netizens were quick in commending Chloe for her strong character and motivation.

Well, Google’s CEO sure is awesome. And there’s one more thing that we’re definitely sure of aside from that – Chloe is certainly going places. We wish their family all the best!


The Inspiring Meaning Behind the Phrase “I Wish You Enough!”

This touching tale tells the story of a father bidding farewell to his daughter for the last time.

Recently while boarding a flight, I heard a father and daughter in their last moment together at the airport. As the daughter was about to enter the gate, they hugged, and the father said, "I love you and I wish you enough."

To this, the daughter replied, "Our life together has been more than enough. Your love is all I ever needed. I wish you enough, too, dad." And with that they kissed and she left.

As the father walked over to the window near where I was seated, I could tell that he had all these emotions and that he wanted to cry....

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Woman’s Random Act of Kindness Leads Homeless Man To Finally Reunite With His Family

One kind act can indeed change someone’s life for good.

Who would have known that one woman’s simple act of kindness would change a homeless man’s life for good? This recently happened on Manchester, England where the woman, who calls herself Bev, spotted a homeless man sleeping out in the cold at a bus stop.

Bev decided to visit the nearby Baguettes of Broadway, a sandwich store, and talked with them about it. She gave them £15 so they can serve the homeless man breakfast and hot drinks for one week.

Shop owner Ciaran Egan took it to himself to share about the heartwarming deed on their Facebook page.


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Why Scandinavians Are The Happiest People In The World

We should learn from these people.

In recent years, studies conducted to check out the state of happiness all over the world have found that Scandinavian nations Denmark, Sweden and Norway have the happiest people. These happy countries seem to have a set of rules that helps them enjoy life, especially the simple moments.

Despite the long months of darkness and freezing in Scandinavian nations, the people still have many reasons to be happy. In the World Happiness Report, these nations always top the list and this all boils down to four principles that the people live by.

They know how to balance work and family.


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