33 #NotAllHeroesWearCapes and #Wholesome Stories to Restore Some Faith in our Species
It seems nowadays, people are struggling to find some current good news. It is hard to find them, to be sure. The whole world seems to be in lockdown, so who is out there to create any good news? The only thing going on is the COVID-19 outbreak. So we must struggle to find good news on that front. So here is a list, of stories that are characterized either by heroism or wholesomeness.
We hope this will lift your spirits, and restores your faith in our species. And no one would blame you if you lost some, especially these last weeks with all the “coronapocalypse” enthusiasts out there and “corona jerks”, making a horrific thing, more difficult for all of us.
Keep safe, hold fast.
Belgian woman, Suzanne Hoylaerts aged 90, dies of #Covid_19 after refusing a respirator, telling her doctors “Save it for the youngest [who need it most], I’ve already had a beautiful life.” Not all #Heroes wear capes !
He came out of retirement to help with this epidemic. This man is a legend in Italy as he helped with the first heart transplant
A man in Morristown, NJ standing outside the emergency room with this sign. Remember to say thank you to those on the front lines!
We’re quarantined but this was the most beautiful thing I saw today, and it deserves to be shared
After 11 hospital days and losing 12kg, my 78yr old dad is home and recovered from Covid in Madrid!
Our neighbour doesn’t have Wi-Fi, so we talked her through joining ours. Once on she received 70 messages from her children living overseas
Can someone buy me 3 bottles of milk?
Gas station helping elderly
My Great-Uncle visits his wife every day. She’s in an Assisted Living facility as she has Alzheimer’s, so he can’t go in right now for safety reasons. That doesn’t stop him from showing his endearing love
I (27m) mentioned that I am out of work and my elderly neighbor left this on my doorstep
Minnesota & Vermont will classify grocery store employees as ER workers, qualifying for free childcare.
Bosnia and Herzegovina. More discipline than 1st world countries