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Anon chews 5 gum
*You* define what your self-worth is! 💜
Don’t give up!
This made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside
Grandpa’s be like
luigi’s here for you all!
Rich Brian is wholesome
Bear with me here
Nothing withstands my devotion for beloved ones!
Might seem like overreacting but I once cried over a little girl saying hello. Was out on a countryside walk and a mum and daughter passed me, the mum encouraged her daughter to say hello like people do sometimes on walks. She must have been only 3 or 4. It just came across as so pure and kind and it totally caught me off guard. Was smiling and sobbing for the next mile!
Sometimes I love people
Little girl was likely a little over 1, that’s usually when they get really excited about learning to wave and wave to everyone. It’s honestly so great to receive a wave from tiny children
Showing small kindnesses to people can mean so much. Do it .
I suffered from depression for a reaaallllly long time, and nothing has ever helped me more than becoming an elementary school teacher. There is nothing more uplifting than having 25 little people so excited to see you that they RUN to give you a hug every single morning. I totally get this guy’s smile.
About a year and a half ago, I was driving through my neighborhood in a shit mood on the way to work when a little girl playing basketball with her brother dropped the ball and waved to me. It made my day.
I was on vacation in Japan recently with my husband and we were walking down a random street when I looked up and caught eyes with a student at a high school. We started to look away from each other when she did a double take. I could feel her staring at us, so I looked back up and gave her a big smile and wave. I've never seen anybody as genuinely happy as her when she smiled and waved back.
It felt really good to connect with a stranger :)
This story made me think of that moment!
Little love goes a long way.
I'm a pool monitor at a local pool and I can confirm that smiles from small children are the most precious, pure thing in the world
You don't have a job as lifeguard... 😉