The super-human power that love can bring: Dereck Redmon and his father Jim

At the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, In the middle of the semi-final race the dreams of one of the sprinters – Dereck Redmon for an Olympic medal got crushed by a debilitating hamstring injury, but while most athletes would just give up and submit to defeat, bend over and …

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Debi Nova & Percance: The Yunga project that teaches costarrican youth to save our Mother Earth

Costarrican singer Debi Nova, and the musical group named Percance are the sponsors of a worldwide iniciative from the United Nations for the Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations (FAO) called Proyecto Yunga, which was implemented in October 2012 on some schools and youth groups in Costa Rica. The …

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We are energy magnets, and attract what we have in mind!

Everything around us is energy, same as everything inside our body and soul, so every time we have a thought (either good or bad), we attract this same frequency into our lives like a huge magnet.   We have such power to create great things, that we should always remember …

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Barefoot artists: Changing the world through the beauty of art, hope and native development projects, January 24, 2014

Barefoot artists is a group of people that teach communities who have suffered the consequences of massive death, extreme poverty and hopelessness, how to recuperate their faith in a better future filled with beauty and joy. They work in collaboration with individuals and agencies from different parts of the world …

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Sam Berns, a 17 year old miracle boy with a huge mission to change the world

Sam Berns reached his 17th Birthday, a very rare privilege for a boy that suffered Progeria, is an extremely rare genetic disorder that affects only 1 in about 8 million children, and makes their bodies age at an extremely rapid pace.   Progeria signs include growth failure, loss of body fat and …

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Aabid Surti, saving water supply in Mumbai, one drop at a time!

Aabid Surti is not only a painter and a writer, he is also an unknown hero! Founder of Drop Dead Foundation, a non-government organization (NGO) that fixes leaks every Sunday morning in his Mumbai community. He discovered that many people were wasting literally tons of water each day by not …

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Mick Cornett: How an obese town lost a million pounds, January 17 2014

Mick Cornett, the Mayor of Oklahoma city (who was ranked in 2007 as one of the cities with more obesity problems in the US) Decided to improve the quality of life of thousands of Oklahoma residents, by starting a movement to lose weight and eat healthier. And this is amazing, …

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