Mitchell Whisenhunt has recently passed away after battling a rare condition of cancer. Although it is a very heartbreaking loss for his family and all those who hears his story. He did something amazing to surprise and comfort his loved ones.
What he left behind will absolutely blow you away! Without his wife or family knowing he left letters for his wife and daughter that are very emotional. It came as a great surprise, but it was very hard for the wife to read. He even wrote a letter to his young daughter for her SWEET 16! This man went above and beyond for his loved ones and knew he wouldn't leave them empty handed.
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These two incredible skiers take you on a winter cinematic journey through a mountain completely covered in darkness. Director Nick Waggoner and Sweetgrass Productions created something like you have never seen before.
The mountains are humongous in British Columbia, Canada and Alaska. These two skiers not only create a beautiful image for our eyes, they are using their talents in pitch black conditions. By only wearing LED-lit jumpsuits, all you see is them and a little bit of the path ahead. It creates an astounding visual effect.
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This simple act of kindness was caught on camera and it went viral on Facebook. Anthony Stephens is the kind of person that will do anything to help others. Day in and day out he does good deeds for others on his own will and expects nothing in return.
An act of kindness can go a long way in inspiring and encouraging others. This one is a perfect example. After a co-worker took a photo of Anthony walking a lady out the door and taking her home, it instantly went viral online. It shows how great people can be and how kindness is the perfect cure for a day gone bad. Anthony is known for acts of kindness each day, but this one has touched thousands.
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A homeless man named Ryan has been living on the streets for about 30 years now. He has been homeless almost his whole life. But, that doesn't mean God has not blessed him with an amazing gift.
Without ever taking a lesson, Ryan does something absolutely incredible for his one man audience holding the camera. You will be blown away when you see how talented this man is in music. He knows how to play the piano really well, and his music will serenade you. God has given him an incredible talent that he can use and people can listen and enjoy his music.
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Dallas Cowboy tight end, Jason Witten, watched with a personal perspective as the NFL was rocked this season with domestic violence. Long before the NFL had announced the league would take action, Witten was already doing something about it.
His teammates and wife praise him very much for the man he has become. Being raised in a home that was violent as a child and seeing you father hit your mother is not something that is always easy to overcome. So in order to show love and kindness to his own kids, he is raising his children in an opposite way that he was brought up. He is showing them love and spending quality time with them.
Jason has two boys and he teaches them what it is like to be REAL man. Being respectful, polite, having manners, etc. Everything that he has been through as a kid has helped him become a better man. Aside from being a hall-of-famer, he has helped so many kids become respectable men. more >>
Texas nurse Amber Vinson spoke out for the first time Tuesday, after being released from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta where she completed treatment for the deadly Ebola virus that she contracted earlier this month.
The 29-year-old Dallas healthcare worker was discharged two weeks after she was admitted to the hospital with the virus. She took a moment to thank God, the hospital staff and the general public for their prayers.
"I'm so grateful to be well, and first and foremost, I want to thank God. I sincerely believe that with God all things are possible," a smiling Vinson said during a press conference at the hospital. "While the skill and dedication of the doctors, nurses and others who have taken care of me have obviously led to my recovery, it has been God's love that has truly carried my family and me through this difficult time, and has played such an important role in giving me hope and the strength to fight." more >>