This Christian hit will inspire you to be yourself, no matter what the case is. No one is perfect, and Francesca Battistelli reminds us of that by telling us her flaws.
Listening to her voice and positive lyrics, very well may inspire you. Her song "Free To Be Me" does just that. We are very loved and blessed that God loves us no matter how flawed we may be. We make mistakes, and God forgives us. The beat to the song will have you in the dancing mood, with a huge SMILE on your face!
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Vanessa Hicks is a Navy Veteran that was involved in a very controversial photo posted on the internet. She is a navy wife and extremely talented photographer that posted a photo of a newborn baby wrapped in an American flag. What happens next is unexpected and horrifying for her.
She had received many threatening phone calls and emails after she posted this picture. Many people bullied her and wished terrible things upon her with comments left on the photo. But, this picture means a lot more than that. It was never intended to be a negative photo. She helped a service member celebrate the birth of his child by sharing this picture. Like all things that go viral, you have positive and negative comments.
Listening to Vanessa's response to these bullies is really inspiring. She even received a phone call from a veteran, stating, "this picture symbolizes everything that I fight for." In this interview, you will see how she responds to all the controversy: more >>
If you're looking for a little St. Patrick's Day facts to speak about over some corned beef and cabbage … Well then you have come to the perfect place. These are fun facts to share in a conversation at work, with those who may not be well informed.
Every March 17th St. Patrick's Day rolls around and you will see people in bright green outfits marching in parades to celebrate this joyful holiday. But, most of us don't really know the true meaning of the holiday. It is celebrated inside and outside of Ireland, as both a religious and cultural holiday. It is observed on March 17th because it is said to be the day of St. Patrick's death.
Before you put your shamrock t-shirt on and watch the famous parade in NYC, check out these 5 fun tidbits: more >>
A woman once viciously labeled the "world's ugliest woman" debuted a powerful anti-bullying documentary at the annual South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas, over the weekend.
Lizzie Velasquez, who's an author and motivational speaker, premiered "A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story," on Saturday, which chronicles her inspiring journey from bullying victim to anti-bullying advocate. The 26 year old suffers from a rare congenital disease that prevents her from gaining weight, and although the syndrome led to her being bullied throughout her youth, she now calls it a "blessing" because she's able to help others.
"I know what it is to be bullied and what is to be bullied online, and I want to be the protector of those who think it won't get better," Velasquez said, according to The Independent UK. "Instead of just taking shelter of my tears, I chose to be happy and realize this syndrome is not a problem but a blessing that allows me to improve myself and inspire other people." more >>
A popular Indian YouTube star, Varun Pruthi, releases videos that have a social awareness element to them. Most of them are scripted, while others involve him in the real world with hidden cameras, like this one. Watch what this one man says to him, after receiving free money … it is VERY powerful!
In this touching video, Varun approaches a visually impaired vendor and buys a snack. When he pays the man, he gives him more than the snack costs. But the man kindly refuses the extra money. The money he makes is enough for him.
Getting more than the cost, is something that isn't something that impresses this man. The attitude has been documented elsewhere, and studies have found that people with very little tend to be more generous than those who have a lot. more >>
This Down Syndrome teen, Desiree Andrews, is a cheerleader for a basketball team at a junior high. While cheering to her own beat at a game, people in the stands started saying cruel things to her. But, that didn't last long. Her team stepped off the court and did something amazing!
People in the stands, from the other team were saying cruel things because she was Down Syndrome. That does not make her different from everyone else. God loves us all and created us equally, as one of the boys' stated in the interview. The players on the team didn't allow is to last long. They did something truly noble to defend her. Stepping away from the game to show respect and defend her from these bullies.
These boys are true gentlemen, and their act of courage will touch your heart. Not only that, they decided to name the gym after Desiree. Wow! more >>