18 Photos That’ll Remind You That Humanity Still Exists in the World

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This old lady goes to the supermarket to read books all the time, so the manager installed a little bench for her.

This man spent his subway ride playing his violin for a baby who was crying.

A nail salon refused service to a woman with cerebral palsy because she “moves too much.” So, a cashier decided to buy a bottle of nail polish and paint the woman’s nails during her break.

A Kenyan woman found her childhood friend on the streets suffering from drug addiction and she took him to rehabilitation.

A U.S. Marine found 4 tiny rabbits in a hole next to their dead mother rabbit. He bottle fed them 4 times a day for 2 months.

William Boyajian is a professional actor and musician who plays guitar in busy subway stations in his spare time to help those in need.

This license plate does not check out.

People waiting in line to adopt dogs and cats after the animal shelter in Austin flooded

 “Told my daughter I didn’t have a lot of money this week. I woke up from a nap to this note.”

Paramedics were helping this little one’s mom onto a stretcher and this kind officer took over the baby’s feeding.

Kids in Canada tied coats to street poles to help homeless people get through the winter. Tags read: “I am not lost! If you are stuck out in the cold, please take me to keep warm!”

 “Our principal told these 2 boys that their jeans were nice so they went back to the mall and got him a pair too...”

A baseball fan is holding an umbrella over a JROTC member on Memorial Day.

This coffee shop in Greece opens its doors every night in the winter for stray dogs so that they don’t freeze outside.

A free flower stand on Valentine’s Day

“My 92-year-old grandfather making a birthday card for my 93-year-old grandmother”

Special swings were designed at this playground for children in wheelchairs.

The Japanese national team cleaned the locker room and left a thank you note in Russian after losing at World Cup 2018.

A heartwarming picture taken on a New York City subway on Independence Day


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