random acts of kindness. --> This sweet gal completed 38 "random acts of kindness" on her birthday to celebrate her birthday. There are a ton of great ideas on here and you can't read without getting a little teary-eyed and wanting to do the same thing.
Strong women - it takes strength to show mercy. "Keshia Thomas, uses her body to shield a man from protesters at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Ann Arbor, Mich. A crowd had begun to beat him with sticks after spotting a Confederate flag on his jacket.
“Worrying is carrying tomorrow's load with today's strength.It is moving into tomorrow ahead of time. Worrying doesn't empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength.” Corrie ten Boom: WWII heroine and concentration camp survivor
"I have learned that I will not change the world. Jesus will do that. I can, however, change the world for one person. So I keep stopping and loving one person at a time. Because this is my call as a Christian." Katie Davis Her book/story is so beautiful!
Irene Sendler, the Polish woman who saved Jewish children during the holocaust. God bless her she's my hero. she may not be American but she is a hero that should always be remembered forevermore. She a HERO to the world
Victoria Soto-hid her first-graders near Newtown,Conn at the Sandyhook School masacre the shooter came to her classroom, she told him that her students were in the gym. She was gunned her down and he moved on. She saved the lives of all of her students.
Kim Phuc was pictured in a world-famous and iconic photograph from the Vietnam war, running naked from an airborne attack, horribly burned with napalm, in June of Met her in college at Fredonia, she's amazing.
jane goodall ~ female british scientist most famous for her groundbreaking work researching and observing chimpanzees for 45 years. author, environmentalist, u. messenger of peace, frequent lecturer on conservation and animal welfare issues