Faith In Humanity #1

Sometimes it can become a little too easy to forget that the world isn’t out to get you and that there aren’t only bad things waiting for you around each corner. Sometimes you need a little reminder about how good the world can actually be, if only to restore your faith in humanity. Sometimes, it takes one person to show you some of these good things because you would never otherwise spot them. Let me be that person.

With so many terrible stories scattered all over the web and the news, I hope that these images and stories can brighten up your day. 🙂

If this is you, read on. If it’s not, read on anyway.


This first reminder that there are some really awesome people in this world is a letter from a father to his gay son:

Nate, I overheard your phone conversation with Mike last night about your plans to come out to me. The only thing I need you to plan is to bring home OJ and bread after class. We are out, like you now. I’ve known you were gay since you were six. I’ve loved you since you were born. P.S. Your mom and I think you and Mike make a cute couple.

 


In this society, teenagers are often stereotyped as not giving a damn; careless, rude and ignorant. This photo shows that that is certainly not the case in a lot of cases:




This make me smile every time without fail.



Someone reckoned that their spider-drawings would make people happy. I want to know if it worked!




Inventing a new type of currency, this kid is set for great things.




After Superstorm Sandy hit, a friendly neighbour on the East Coast offered power to those who needed it.




 


 

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