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Couple Living 8,000 Miles Apart Kept Meeting Halfway to Take the Same Photo

Indeed, love knows no boundaries.


Remember those cutesy photos and stuff you see on Facebook or Twitter? They definitely made you believe in love, right? There is no doubt that love is the most beautiful thing here on Earth. And it is perhaps the main reason why most of us continue to live in this ill-fated world.

Apparently, a couple is trying to conquer all odds and prove that love knows no boundaries. Rob and Jill first met each other while traveling. They knew that they had a thing for each other right at the beginning. However, they live more than 8,000 miles apart. Rob hails from the USA while Joli is from the Philippines.

Nonetheless, the distance did not get away from their feelings for each other. They decided to be creative and found a way to fight for their love. Since they both love traveling, they decided to “meet halfway” in different countries across the world.

In every trip, they would be together. But when it was time to go home, they had to say goodbye once again. As a souvenir from their trips, they would take at least one “dipkiss photo” in each place they visit. And as the years went by, they formed a collection.

Knowing that their photos would somehow inspire other people, they shared it online.

Joli was quoted saying,

Until recently, we’ve only shared these with friends and family. But we figured our photos could maybe help inspire more couples, especially those in LDRs.”

She added a piece of advice:

To all the LDR couples–always follow your heart, no matter the distance. Have faith, do your part and it’ll all work out in the end!”

Check out their story below!

#1. Milan, Italy

#2. Joshua Tree National Park, USA

#3. Chocolate Hills, Bohol, Philippines

#4. Barcelona, Spain

#5. Lisbon, Portugal

#6. New York City, USA

#7. Boracay Island, Philippines

#8. San Francisco, CA, USA

#9. Washington, DC, USA

#10. Monument Valley, Utah, USA

#11. Grandfather Mountain, NC, USA

#12. Walt Disney World, FL, USA

#13. Kizhi, Russia

#14. Napa Valley, CA, USA

#15. Albuquerque, NM, USA

#16. Peterhof, St. Petersburg, Russia

#17. Finally, After 3 Years, Rob Proposed to Joli in Moscow, Russia

#18. Of Course, She Said Yes!

#19. They Decided to Work on All Visas and Papeworks

#20. Got Married In Front of Their Friends and Family

#21. What a Beautiful Couple!

Indeed, LOVE is all we need.

This couple is definitely an inspiration!


Dying Mom Writes Heartwarming Letter To 2 Young Sons and Makes the Internet Cry

No greater love than a mother’s love indeed.

We’ve heard countless of inspiring stories that prove to us that, yes, there is definitely no love greater than a mother’s love. From the time we were little children, our mothers have been beside us to nurture, protect, and care for us.

So it’s heartbreakingly painful when a family realizes they will soon lose their mother over cancer. It’s the kind of news no one wants to get because it’s really hard to accept.

This story is about Sara Chivers, a 31-year-old mother who has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.

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Filipino Earns Praises After Saving Arab Man From Drowning in Jeddah

According to him, he just did what he thought was right – even if he had to risk his life.

Risking your life for someone else’s is not an easy thing to do. But if you do, there is no doubt it is a noble act. In our world today, we rarely see this type of people. Apparently, a Filipino guy did risk his life in order to save a total stranger.

Just recently, Jeddah was overwhelmed by flood due to heavy rains and as can be seen in the video below, an Arab man was trapped inside his own car. Anyone who has seen the footage would agree that his life was in danger.

He got trapped in the middle of a deep-flooded area in Abraq al-Raghama.

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23-Year-Old Woman Adopts 13 Ugandan Girls As Daughters Before Getting Married

The newly-married couple instantly had a huge family!

To say Katie Davis is an extraordinary human being is probably an understatement. Back when she was 18, she was homecoming queen and senior class president but despite all that, she knew her focus and purpose.

While she was a senior high school student, Katie flew all the way to Uganda for a mission trip. It was there that eventually decided what to do after graduation. Instead of going to a university, she decided she’d spend a year in Uganda so she could teach kindergarten students in an orphanage.

Unknown to her at the time, she was going to make Uganda her permanent home several years from that.

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