She’s almost 100 years old, but that hasn’t stopped Lillian Weber from making a massive difference in the world.
Every day she starts and finishes a unique dress for Little Dresses for Africa, a non-profit that distributes dresses to impoverished young girls in Africa and beyond. She’s made more than 840 so far, and hopes to keep going to reach her goal making 1,000.
What an amazing woman, and what an inspiring goal!
A double amputee since he was nine years old, Blake Leeper has an inspiring message to share about facing challenges, giving it your all, and getting up after you fall.
“A true champion is that person that when they do fall down, when they get back up they come back stronger. And they show the world that this is not the end of me. And that I have so much more left.”
I love what the Cleveland suburb of Lakewood does for their children. Unlike other cities, that bus children to various elementary, middle, and high schools, Lakewood has created a bus-less system for their 5,800 students.
Their morning walking commute fosters a sense of community and provides an opportunity to get both fresh air and exercise before settling in for a day of learning.
Unlike the Lakewood students, we don’t all live within two miles of our workplace, but seeing how their morning walk affects them serves an excellent reminder to get up, get moving, and get connected with the people around us.
Do you ever feel like you’re going from one place to the next, checking this off your list, but not really enjoying the moment?
Soul Pancake made this cute little video, showing what happened when pedestrians saw a “DANCE” signal instead of a “WALK” signal, to remind us to lighten up a bit and have more fun in our daily life. Why walk when you can dance?
The people at JacksGap asked their audience to send video messages via Skype answering the question “What do you love?”
After receiving over 2,500 responses from twenty different countries, they created this touching short video that reminds us there’s so much beauty in the world, so much that we can all appreciate, regardless of our differences. What do you love?