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I had decided to wrap up this series and the perfect post came into my inbox to complete what the series was meant to highlight, acts of kindness, and people making a difference in our lives. I am thrilled that the two women highlighted in this post are personal friends who’s kindness and hearts I […]

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One Florida pastor’s birthday wish came true, bringing smiles and sweet treats to his community in the hot summer sun. Pastor Bill Losasso, who founded the Florida Dream Center to help those in hopeless situations, wanted to celebrate his 73rd birthday as he did at 17, driving an ice cream truck around for a day. […]

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As his brother lay in UPMC St. Margaret Hospital in Aspinwall, Ted J. Szoch carried his cellphone with him everywhere. Normally using the phone for emergencies only, the 78-year-old didn’t know when that crucial call might come, or what the doctors on the other end of the line might say when he got it. Besides […]

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A Geauga County family is using a simple mailbox with the word “unity” on it to spread peace and understanding. Click to expand A father and son in Chesterland are using their mailbox to share messages of love and kindness. They are letting people take a message and leave a message at the mailbox on […]

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Slay Say

Good morning SLAYER! The question isn’t “what can I achieve?” but “what can I contribute?” New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!

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Sanne Wesselman met her travel angel in a Spanish grocery store. At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, she was locked down in Alicante, Spain. Wesselman, who runs a marketing agency in the Netherlands, was scheduled to fly home the next day but couldn’t find a face mask. “I was a little nervous about taking […]

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Deysi Silva cannot see, hug or kiss her infant daughter. The child, born last month at a hospital in Colombia’s capital Bogota amid the coronavirus pandemic, is hospitalized in a neo-natal unit where visits are forbidden to protect the vulnerable babies from possible infection. But family members of newborns in the unit at Kennedy Hospital […]

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The protests in Minneapolis and across the country are resonating with people of all ages, leaving many wondering what they can do to help. © Jamie Stoia Kamryn Johnson, right, and her friends Lexi and Mikayla, 9, at the bracelet stand on the front lawn of Kamryn’s home. They have been gathering there every day for the past […]

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In April, as the coronavirus was ravaging New York, Susan Jones learned her older brother had been diagnosed with a blood cancer. © Provided by Associated Press This image released by Damien Escobar shows Escobar with medical staff at Queens Hospital in the Queens borough of New York. Many people are reaching out to help others […]

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A nine-year-old Kenyan boy who made a wooden hand-washing machine to help curb the spread of coronavirus has told the BBC he is “very happy” after receiving a presidential award. James Wamukota Stephen received a presidential award for his invention “I now have two machines and I want to make more,” Stephen Wamukota said. They […]

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