As the famous American writer Edith Wharton once said , there are two ways to spread the light: to be the candle or to be the mirror that reflects it. A quote that perfectly sums up the true essence of humanity. Simply choose which to be between the two: illuminate people's lives or reflect the good things in life, showing others that there is no reason to be afraid?
Whatever your position, the key to it all is empathy. These 17 photos show just the most tender and sensitive side of humanity.
1. The window cleaner that becomes a superhero in this pediatric hospital
2. A police officer who helps a homeless person
3. Here is a true gentleman
4. An elderly man had a heart attack while shoveling snow from his lane. After taking him to the hospital, rescuers returned to finish the job.
5. Serve well ...
6. Swings for children in a wheelchair ... a brilliant idea!
7. At the age of 3, Jake was abandoned in a burning house ... today he works with firefighters.
8. A firefighter giving oxygen to a kitten.
9. This Syrian refugee distributes food to the homeless in Germany, as a way to thank the country that welcomed it.
10. This 20-year-old boy has designed a launderette for the homeless.
11. This university professor volunteered to supervise the children of one of his students, after a babysitter canceled the appointment shortly before one of his final exams.
12. This young volunteer musician plays music for the sick.
13. Christopher was so happy to meet his favorite band who had a panic attack because of too much emotion. To make him feel better, they all lay down with him until he recovered.
14. A fireman rescued this woman's cat who thanked him with tears.
15. A mother was rushed to the emergency room, so the first rescuers decided to prepare the dinner for her 5 children and then wash all the dishes.
16. If she decides to let herself fall, the handcuff will save her ...
17. This guy was angry because he couldn't keep up, so another competitor waited for him and helped him cross the finish line!
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