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Flower Seller Moved To Tears After Kind Stranger Buys All Of Her Roses On NY Subway

The world needs us to be kind to one another.






We all know that a little kindness can go a long way, but we sometimes didn’t think about how much it affects other people. A video has emerged showing a woman moved into tears after a stranger made an unexpected gesture. This goes to show that one good deed can certainly change someone else’s life.

Two years ago, a netizen posted a touching video of an emotional moment on the New York City subway. Now, after being posted on Reddit, the clip is making its way around the Internet once again.

Getting a nice “thank you” or a smile from people is already enough to know that they appreciate the help. But we have no idea that sometimes that one good deed that we did was the one thing that the person needed the most at the time.

In the footage, seemingly captured on the phone, a man wearing a suit approaches the woman on a busy New York subway carriage where she is attempting to sell 140 roses for a $1 each.

The man begins to inquire about buying in bulk and offers to pay $140 for the entire bunch. But there’s a twist. The good Samaritan didn’t take all the roses but told the woman to give them out instead.

“But you have to do me a favor,” he tells the woman. “You’ve got to give them out. You just give them out today and have a nice day. Don’t sell any of them, give them all away.”

The flower seller agrees to the condition and then bursts into tears as he tells her: “Don’t be like that, it’s a happy day.”

The mysterious man then vanished into the crowd.

The woman kept crying, but she didn’t forget about her promise to the kind stranger.

With tears still running down her face, she shouts out, “For anybody who wants a rose, you can come and get one … free roses!”

If we just learn to have each other’s back, the world will be a much better place to live in.

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Control Tower Hero Sacrifices His Life to Guide a Passenger Plane to Safety

He was supposed to celebrate his birthday next month.

Margaret Tionquiao




"He is our national hero."
These are the words that Batik Airways pilot Ricosetta Mafella used in describing Indonesian air traffic controller Anthonius Gunawan Agung. Mafella also said Agung is his "guardian angel".

Heroism has become such a big word that it takes a lot for one to be associated with it. In this case, however, it took the life of a 21-year-old air traffic controller who was working at Mutiara SIS Al-Jufrie Airport in Palu on the central Indonesian island of Sulawesi. The young air traffic controller stayed behind to make sure a plane safely takes off during an earthquake.

Anthonius Gunawan Agung, 21, stayed in tower to guide a plane carrying hundreds of passengers to safety.


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Mystery Internet Reader Donates £100,000 To Save Young Boy’s Life

The anonymous benefactor made sure Zac Oliver can undergo treatment in the US!

Nobelle Borines



A very generous Good Samaritan has stepped in to save a young boy's life. The mystery donor has pledged £100,000 so the little boy can get the necessary treatment for his ailment.

Little Zac Oliver has been diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia and requires treatment in the United States. However, the treatment could cost up to £500,000. Although Zac's parents have been able to raise £400,000, they were still £100,000 short. Luckily, the anonymous donor decided to fork in the remaining amount so Zac could fly to the US as soon as possible.

Zac currently has all the funds he needs to undergo treatment, thanks to a mystery donor.

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Kind Waitress Helped Feed Fussy Toddler So Mom Can Enjoy Dinner

A little kindness surely goes a long way. Be a blessing to someone today.




Every parent knows that taking little children out to eat can be difficult at best. After all, they're too young to understand how to conduct themselves in public.

That's what happened to a mom from Greensboro, North Carolina, whose toddler started to make a fuss at Olive Garden. Courtney Pedigo was out with her dad, stepmother, and 18-month-old daughter Harlynn to have some dinner, but her little girl was not going to make it easy for her. That's when their waitress stepped in to save the day.

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