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Acts of Kindness Victories

Finding Strength & Creating Epic Victories

Acts of Kindness Victories, Inspiration, Life, Uncategorized

Life can be complicated at times, but staying happy through the tough times is often the hardest journey. It’s important that we change our thoughts and enjoy the little things. Norman Vincent Peale (US clergyman 1898-1993) once said, “change your thoughts and you change the world.” The life we live is often a reflection of our thoughts. If you desire success, success will follow if you believe and put your time into cultivating the fruit of what you wish to produce. Any farmer can stir up emotions through his thoughts;…

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September 19, 2015
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Acts of Kindness Victories, Inspiration, Life, Uncategorized
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February 8, 2014

Season of Giving and Shocking Hunger StatisticsFeatured

Acts of Kindness Victories, Deficiency Victories, Health, Inspiration, Life, Uncategorized

The “Season of Giving” typically begins when hot chocolate and eggnog are added to the menu and holiday decorations are being added to city light posts. Giving does not have to start around Christmas and end with the New Year. As requests for food and essential items come in from the low-income communities, only a small portion of giving are meeting many organization’s goals. The F.I.S.H. Food bank of Pierce County, Washington sees these moments of giving fluctuate and the effect often leaves them unable to serve families needs. On…

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Surfer Extraordinaire: Derek Rabelo
September 30, 2013
Acts of Kindness Victories, Life, Uncategorized
NYPD Officer Becomes a Hero After Helping a Barefoot Homeless Man
November 30, 2012

Helping Others and Making Life Count

Acts of Kindness Victories, Inspiration, Life, Uncategorized

Jack C. McDowell a guru of community relations and a counselor to many young leaders. At nearly 82 years of age, he has set fundraising records, equipped youth as spiritual motivated leaders and equipped others with the resources and skills to help in communities. McDowell writes about the importance of having a significant life with positive meaning and value beyond just individual success, in his book “There’s More To Life Thank Making A Living.” In his book, McDowell encourages others to contribute their lives to helping others and showing compassion….

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December 19, 2015
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September 19, 2015
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Paralympic Record Breaker, Aimee Mullins Seeks to Redefine the Word “Disabled”
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Good Samaritan Saves Girl From Attack

Acts of Kindness Victories, Life, Uncategorized

“Never underestimate the difference you can make in the lives of others. Step forward, reach out and help. We can make a big difference by just reaching out to someone who might need a lift.” – Unknown, http://epicvictories.com We can all reach out and make an impact in this world…it is all up to us individually.   Here is a story about an unknown stranger who saved the life of a college student in Ireland. Posted: June, 2006 – Username: Jeebus Re: Thank you to the person who helped me…

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September 30, 2015

7-year-old, Callie Starts Coffee Company to Help Others

Acts of Kindness Victories, Cancer Victories, Health, Life, Uncategorized

  8-year-old, Callie Lentz, is finding her purpose after witnessing the tragedy of her friend Ben Towne. At the age of 2, Ben was diagnosed with a form of pediatric cancer called neuroblastoma. Like most girls, she opened up a lemonade stand to raise money for toys and clothes for the Towne family. When Ben was sick, Callie and her family would often bring food to the family. Although Callie was a very small child during Ben’s year and a half struggle, Callie understood. Ben died a year later at…

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Quadriplegic Overcomes & Gives Others Hope
November 30, 2012
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Britian’s Got Talent: Susan Boyle Youtube & Rise to Fame
November 19, 2012

NYPD Officer Becomes a Hero After Helping a Barefoot Homeless Man

Acts of Kindness Victories, Life, Uncategorized

This picture, capturing random acts of kindness by an officer, sparked thousands of views on Facebook and gained national attention. Officer Lawrence DePrimo was working a counterterrorism post in Time Square on a cold November night. Officer DePrimo noticed an older barefooted homeless man as he sat on 42nd Street, with no shoes and blisters on his feet. He found out the man’s shoe size, went into a neighboring store and purchased a pair of all-weather boots for a little more than $75. Upon returning, he knelt down to help…

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Season of Giving and Shocking Hunger Statistics
March 11, 2015
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