A few of my favorite feel-good stories from 2013.
A school principal in Bellingham, Washington cancelled classes on account of warm, sunny weather.
A hospital in Israel has begun transporting little kids to surgery in pedal cars, rather than on gurneys.
A blind man who thought he wouldn’t be able to keep the dog that saved his life is able to keep him after all, thanks to the generosity of strangers.
A Latin American president doesn’t live in a mansion or get chauffeured around in a limousine, but lives like the people he serves.
A restaurant in Colorado employs 40 adults with developmental disabilities, making use of each one’s unique gifts.
An American banker risked his life — repeatedly — to rescue his Vietnamese colleagues and their families, days before the fall of Saigon.
A New York City mailman saved the lives of twin baby boys who were trapped in a burning apartment building.