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« on: June 04, 2015, 06:24:24 AM »

Let's take a break from all the bad news being reported. Take a moment to consider all the silent heroes who spend their lives doing good deeds every day. They show us all what it means to be a good person. They are a beacon of good and their role is to balance the scales. It is our role to learn their stories and pass it on, so it doesn't get lost in the chaos of other headlines.

Norman Borlaug




Norman Borlaug was a scientist, and agronomist, who worked on selective breeding and crossbreeding of wheat, and other crops, which contributed to the decrease in starvation. His motives were not money or praise, but scientific progress. He helped the lives of over one billion people.

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Cameron Lyle



Cameron Lyle was a young up and coming track athlete and he gave his career up to help save the life of a man he never met. Cameron was the perfect match for a cancer patient that needed a bone marrow transplant, who was given 6 months to live. Cameron says life is more important than a race and that he didn't hesitate because he was the only chance for the sick person to live.
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« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2015, 06:25:07 AM »

Bagel Jesus



Known only by the moniker Bagel Jesus, this kind man spends his days collecting bagels from offices and bakeries and distributing them to hungry people on the street.
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Chuck Feeney



Billionaire Chuck Feeney, co-founder of the Duty-Free-Shoppers Group and The Atlantic Philanthropies, one of the largest private foundations in the world is a very humble man. He has donated most of his fortunate anonymously, and lives modestly flying coach, wearing a $15 watch, and owns no homes or cars.
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Bai Fangli



Chinese pedicab driver Bai Fangli retired to his village at the age of 74. He discovered most of the village children were working in the fields because theycouldn't afford educations. This prompted Fangli to return to his pedicab driving job so he could pay for 300 poor students to go to school. He retired properly at the age of 90 after he had finished paying the school.
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« Reply #5 on: June 04, 2015, 06:26:18 AM »

Dobri Dobrev



98-year-old Dobri Dobrev is a familiar face to those in Sofia, Bulgaria. For decades, he has walked 25 km from his hometown to the city to beg for money. This grateful man donates all of his begged money towards the restoration of decaying Bulgarian churches and pays the utility bills of orphanages. He himself lives off his state pension of 80 euros a month.

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