Unselfish Kindness and Heroisms by Tiny Legends Who Adorn Our World

Joey Tribbiani may have been right when he said to Phoebe: “There’s no unselfish good deed, I’m sorry.” But he didn’t think about children at all. They are capable of doing selfless good deeds on daily basis, and this list proves it. They are heroes, they are kind, honest, and helpful. They are carried by their emotions of love and sharing, never thinking of harming anybody. It’s strange how these values get blurred with years passing by. The difference of selfless kindness of most of the grown-ups, compared to the way children think is sad. Interestingly, It’s believed that even within the first 2 years toddlers are able to develop behaviors like helpfulness and kindness to others. Parents are role models to their children and they need to be there always, encouraging the curiosity of a child, even when the child asks a question that we don’t even know the answer to. We’re raising little heroes every day, don’t ever forget that, and hopefully, you’ll remember to be one again, as well.

90 Stitches on a Six-Year-Old Boy Who Saved His Little Sister’s Life By Standing Between Her And A Charging Dog. – “If someone had to die, I thought it should be me.”

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Tiernan McCready – he saw three males grab an 18-year-old girl and try to get her in their van. Tiernan reacted instantly and shouted at the males and led the girl away to safety. He then told his mum who rang Police.

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“I’m So Proud Of My Son, He Seen A Kid Balled Up Into A Corner Crying, So He Went To Console Him, Grabbed His Hand And Walked Him Inside Of The School.”

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“I Can’t Believe It, 6 Months Ago I Saved Your Life, And Today You Are Enjoying It, I Love You With All My Being.”

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“He saw my elderly neighbor walking in the rainstorm without an umbrella on Friday. And walked him all the way home. Wearing my slippers and my jacket. I love this boy yall.”

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“Kate Yelled Out In The Store ‘Daddy I Have A Twin!’ The World Could Learn From Kids.”

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“Late Last Night, Myles Went On And On About How He Had To Be Twins With A Boy In His Class For Twin Day Because They Look Exactly The Same — Same Eyes, Same Hair. He Was Adamant That They Were Identical.”

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“12-Year-Old Kid Makes Shelter Cats And Dogs Stylish Bow Ties and Donates Them To Help Them Find A Home.”

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Unfortunately, nana passed away on August 9th.

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“A lot of grade-school-aged kids may have stayed away from my sister Mary or thought she was weird because she has Downs Syndrome. But not Ben. He always looked out for her, always made sure to pick her on his team at recess, and even made a promise to her in 4th grade to take her to the prom someday. 7 years later, he made good on that promise.”

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’14-Year-Old Ridan Al-Mashouly From Sana’a, Yemen Regularly Feeds And Provides Food For A Homeless Special Needs Elderly Man From His Paycheck.’

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A tiny Legend – “If I Had A Super Power, It Would Be To Fly. I Would Tell Other Children From Around The World To Come And Play With Me And My Sisters, And To Drink Tea Together!” – Mohamad, A Syrian Refugee In Lebanon.

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