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Spend a moment to view inspirational, heart-touching video, that could possible change your day for the good. Maybe one could change your life!

Change for a Dollar

Is he asking for Change, or is he asking for 


Follow a man as he affects multiple peoples’ lives with just one dollar, proving that it doesn’t take much to be the change in someone’s life.

Written and directed bySharon Wright

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This is What Brothers Do For Each Other

Most of us aspire to be extraordinary in our lives. But not two brothers from White House, Tenn…

They strive for nothing more than to be ordinary.

All Cayden Long, 6, and brother Conner, 8, want is to compete together in children’s triathlons. This is already extraordinary, but what makes it truly remarkable is that Cayden has cerebral palsy and can’t swim, bike or run.

But with Conner towing and pulling and pushing, the two boys are able to compete in triathlons in the South. They went on to win Sports Illustrated’s 2012 Sportskid of the Year Award (and rightfully so!)

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Anything is Possible

This viewing will motivate and inspire you to the point doing what you may have thought to be the impossible.

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If We Could See Inside Other People's Hearts...

We'd See This

WOW! A profound look at life, in 4 minutes. You have to watch this — and share it. This one will have you welling up with tears…

The camera wanders and shows the inner lives of people around us as they do their daily tasks. Most of it is set in a hospital, where there is so much worry, sadness, some joy, bad news, good news, no news, anxiety, fear — as in real life, but perhaps magnified.

We’ve all BEEN there – experienced at least one of these people’s lives. Hence, the tears! It’s so TRUE.

This short video is at once quiet, profound, powerful, true, simple – and so supremely human. It was produced by the Cleveland Clinic, as an example of their regard for empathy.

It’s a profound reminder: we ALL have our story. Others have theirs. We NEVER know. And to treat others with the benefit of the doubt, with courtesy, with compassion, with respect.

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