When I first saw this video, I thought it was about the title—the power of words. Then it occurred to me that it might be about the other part of the title (shared on the YouTube page, but not here): you should see this.
Perhaps it’s not so much about saying the same thing in a different way; maybe it’s more about the gift of the second message and how that naturally inspired others to give back.
It’s a powerful reminder, a truth we often forget. It’s a beautiful day. Can you see it?
I would be terrified to try these things even standing on a skateboard. It’s absolutely amazing, what this man can do, and even more inspiring that he believed in himself enough to try and get this good.
One woman. One cancer diagnosis. One man. One pink tutu. One inspiring mission. More smiles than can possibly be counted. Bob Carey, you are my new hero.
Three mothers got the best holiday gift ever this year: the gift of renewed faith in people. It’s something we can all give year round, not just at the holiday season, and not just with our wallets. In fact, you may already give it regularly without even realizing it.
For all the angels who give it here, through kindness, consideration, and support, in comments or in the forums, I thank you. You remind me that people are good, and people care!
MSgt Joseph Martel returned home from Afghanistan a month earlier than expected. He and his wife immediately drove to Belgium to their son’s high school football field, where Joseph initiated a surprise reuinion, dressed as an opposing player.
This brought tears to my eyes…all four times I watched it.