Welcome to the first Trust In Humanity Tuesday in a while. It’s been on hiatus, but I’ve brought it back this week because between the horrible crimes and tragic accidents in my part of the world lately, and the fact that we know there will be a whole lot of vileness and negativity no matter the result of the US election, I feel like we’re going to need it.
So here’s a new batch of feel good links to restore your faith in humanity – stock up for the week ahead.
- The construction worker who hides “Waldo” (it’s supposed to be Wally, people) for kids in the hospital next door to find.
- The story of Sabre Norris – national treasure, budding mockumentary director and the youngest girl to compete in a major Australian surfer event, who called her Olympic medallist dad “pretty fat” on TV, wanted to spend her prize money on doughnuts and restored my faith in young girls.
- The comments on almost any Humans of New York post (but maybe skip the political ones)
- These strangers who risked their own lives to pull someone from a burning car
- A young girl from Melbourne who just scored a trip to NASA after inventing a bandage dispenser while in hospital for chemo
- This girl who used Google translate to ask a classmate to sit with her
- The Daddy Daughter Hair Factory
- These parents who did an awesome job of teaching their 6 year old to call the police in an emergency… so much so that he called 911 to tell them his dad ran a red light.
- This wisdom from Kid President (he’s getting so big/old!):
BONUS – in case you need a reminder in the coming weeks, why not invest in this soap just for the earrings inside (fully aware of how weird that sentence sounds).
Have you heard some good news this week? Let’s hear it! Pop it in the comments below or tweet me – @fullofliving