What’s up with these Thai life insurance ads trying to make us cry all the time?
Here’s something I came across with recently and man, this did break my heart. It’s beautiful, inspiring, and really, really touching.
The scenario here is that an elementary school teacher asked her students to draw a superhero they want to be.
And then this happened…
This teacher asked students to draw their own superheroes.
Naturally, the kids in the classroom jumped into the task with excitement. They illustrated various characters with names like Magnet Man, Time Freezer, Thunder Bolt, Sound Wave, and others.
Oddly, one of the submitted artworks was named Garbage Man.
One particular artwork grabbed the teacher’s attention, however. The hero was named Garbage Man. Drawn by a boy named Porchai, the teacher found the character and its powers to be very interesting. Later on in the video, she discovered the reason behind this unusual superhero which prompted her to score the art 10 out of10.
Watch the touching video here:
Kudos to you Porchai! You are a real superhero in our eyes.
Now go share this inspiring video with your social media friends!
Kansas Deputies Conducted an Unusual ‘Sting Operation’ that Made Drivers Cry
You’ll probably cry too if these police officers track you down and ask you to pull over.
Even if it is sometimes our fault, we often get scared and furious whenever law enforcement officers signal us to stop our vehicles and get off the road. Especially in countries where the people have lost their faith in police officers, getting pulled over by a cop usually indicates bad---very bad news.
But, these drivers from Kansas, Missouri had a stroke of luck when these police officers from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department followed their trail.
It appeared like a sting operation. Their mission: these police officers searched for several targets, and they did a random act of kindness....
To Celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month, This Dad Made His Kid ‘Fly’
“Wil has Down Syndrome, but my family and I know that won’t stop him from doing anything he puts his mind to – Wil Can Fly.”
Although it is considered as the “most common chromosomal condition,” Down syndrome remains to be generally misunderstood.
According to the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS), 1 in every 691 babies born in the United States has Down syndrome. Thus, around 400,000 Americans have Down syndrome and around 6,000 babies with Down syndrome are born in the country each year.
Some of the common misconceptions about it include the belief that kids with Down syndrome are born to older parents and that those who have it suffer severe cognitive disability. Or that they are always sick. ...
Military Dad Appears at a Florida Football Game to Surprise His 4 Kids
In front of 90,000 cheering fans, no less!
I can only imagine how hard it must be for soldiers and their families to be separated in the name of serving the country, especially if these men and women in uniform are sent to dangerous places like Afghanistan. Imagine how it feels to wait for your husband or father to come home from overseas, with their future uncertain.
Now these kids, who are the children of Chief Warrant Officer Kristian Denkins, miss their dad terribly. So while they are waiting for him to come home from Afghanistan, they entertained themselves by watching a Florida Gators game with their mom. To their surprise, they were invited to come to the field to watch a special videotaped message from their daddy, who they assumed was still in Afghanistan.