Unsung Heroes

Photos that Prove there Are Good Hearted People

These are the people that keep our society going and who are often the unsung heroes of our days. They don’t get their name in the newspapers, but they make a difference without asking for recognition.
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The man who gave the shoes off his feet to this homeless girl.
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This motorist that stopped to help an old man pass safely.
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This barber, who offers haircuts for the price of a single hug.
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This police officer who handcuffed himself to a woman to make sure she knew she’d have to take him with her.
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The many people that helped make this boy’s dream come true.
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This dog owner who mourned by giving.
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This store employee who gives extra service.
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The person who decided to put new tires on a stranger’s car just because he needed it.
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The crowd who decided a fan should be able to watch the show, no matter what.
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This dry cleaning place that helps the unemployed for free.
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These kids helping an injured member of their rival team to score.
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The man who played for fun and gave his winnings away.
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This man who missed his train helping this older lady with her bags.
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Or perhaps this man who gave something to a homeless man no one gives – something to occupy his mind.
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Don’t forget Dan, a man who, twice a week, buys coffee for every patient, nurse and doctor at local cancer centers.
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The people at the animal hospital, knowing how hard it is to say goodbye.
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This man who gave his umbrella away so this cat could have a dry night.
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And of course, the paramedics who took an elderly man to the hospital and then came back and finished shoveling his driveway for him.
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I am retired and live in southern Maine with my wife and two dogs. I started Oldmainer .wordpress.com as an outlet for my occasional opinions and random observations, with some poetry thrown in. I welcome anyone that wants to kick back and join me here on the porch, exploring all the gifts we have been given and the memories collected. Thanks for stopping by.
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6 Responses to Unsung Heroes

  1. George says:

    The heart of people sometimes surprises, though it shouldn’t. Great photos and stories.

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  2. PLEASE send this to: http://artists4peace.wordpress.com/ it’s truly wonderful and the subject for this month is HEROES. Thank you so much for this beautiful post. Please send it in. Thank you. ❤

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  3. quiall says:

    I love this world and all the people in it.

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  4. Paul says:

    Certainly touching. THANK YOU

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