Inspirational Stories

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Badly Needed Glasses

By Joseph J. Mazzella on June 20, 2018 / 1,573 views

By Joseph J. Mazzella on June 20, 2018 / 1,573 views

Beep! Beep! Beep! My arm swung over to my dresser and grabbed the alarm clock that had awakened me. I shut it off and pulled it to my face to see the hands pointing to 6 O’clock. Slowly I reached over and put it back down. I threw my covers off and swung my legs out of bed. I stepped over my still snoring beagle and stumbled into the bathroom. Then after I was done I walked back into the bedroom and...

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Angels Still Exist

By Allison on June 19, 2018 / 1,910 views

By Allison on June 19, 2018 / 1,910 views

I am so thankful that there are still kind and helpful people in the world. I pulled into the gas station to get gas and a drink Thursday morning on my way to work. Well, then I noticed that my tire was flat. The guy behind the counter was gonna help, but he couldn't leave the store. I walked outside and just asked a total stranger. He jumped right into action. He did the dad thing and taught me how to...

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He Fills My Days With Love And Encouragement

By Bonnie Lee Proulx on June 16, 2018 / 1,760 views

By Bonnie Lee Proulx on June 16, 2018 / 1,760 views

I awoke one morning this week, feeling sore and tired, after a week and a half of battling caterpillars that were trying to destroy our beautiful trees. Hours spent spraying the trees and then rinsing them afterwards, began to take it's toll on my spirits and my muscles. This particular morning, I had decided that the caterpillars could not be vanquished, until I noticed this chalkboard message...

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A Time For Me

By Ann Cabig on June 15, 2018 / 1,638 views

By Ann Cabig on June 15, 2018 / 1,638 views

Since I became a mother, I cannot remember the last time I had quality time for myself... Even my simple hobby of reading a book was already a thing of the past. All my time evolved in taking care of the family, my kids, my husband, doing the house chores and of course working to earn a living. Whenever I get to be invited by my colleagues to go out after work, I politely declined telling them the truth that I...

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How A Lifestyle Can Affect A Relationship

By Jhefdaily on June 15, 2018 / 1,310 views

By Jhefdaily on June 15, 2018 / 1,310 views

A great lifestyle is a big contributor to improve your health or to your relationship. It should be the top of the list because we cannot think the right way if we are not healthy, we cannot perform our job well and become less effective in our respective responsibilities if we do not practice good lifestyle or perhaps a good habit. We cannot spend quality time to our love ones if we are sick, though it is...

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A Surprising Interaction At McDonald's

By A Friend on June 14, 2018 / 2,004 views

By A Friend on June 14, 2018 / 2,004 views

Last weekend I was at a generic McDonald's off of a highway mid-day. My family and I were in the middle of a 6 hour drive back home and everyone was already in a bad mood. I was particularly down because of some personal stuff that I have going on. As my dad was getting the food the bag ripped and most of our fries fell on the floor. He cleaned them up and we split the fries that were left. A...

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Dinner

By Joseph J. Mazzella on June 14, 2018 / 1,338 views

By Joseph J. Mazzella on June 14, 2018 / 1,338 views

When I was a boy growing up, after church on Sundays, we would always have a delicious Italian dinner. My Nana’s slow cooked sauce was the key. In it were cooked potatoes, chicken, steak, and meatballs. Mounds of spaghetti would also be boiled and dropped into the red sauce. We also had loaves of homemade Italian bread covered in butter. Every now and then there were also big chunks of Provolone cheese....

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The Power Of One Prayer

By Kay Heitsch on June 11, 2018 / 1,958 views

By Kay Heitsch on June 11, 2018 / 1,958 views

It had been a long day at Cedar Point, an amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio. Ruth Ann and I were there with our church's youth group. We were exhausted as we made our way to the van after the fireworks. However, the day was not over for us. We still had to find our way to the Lakeside campgrounds several miles away. My sense of direction was not good that night; even though I had lived in...

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Pizza Inn Employee Goes Above And Beyond

By Single Mom on June 10, 2018 / 1,703 views

By Single Mom on June 10, 2018 / 1,703 views

Y'all... I'm a single mom. I have three boys, and I decided to go out for dinner tonight. We stop at Pizza Inn and happen to catch the tail end of the buffet. I got the youngest one his first so he's done first, then he goes to play. And were the only patrons in the establishment so I'm watching but still eating my meal. There was a waitress... Catalina was her name. She kept my son entertained...

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Every Day May Not Be Good, But There's Something Good In Every Day

By Oakland Firefighters Local 55 on June 09, 2018 / 2,716 views

By Oakland Firefighters Local 55 on June 09, 2018 / 2,716 views

The Oakland Firefighters Local 55 posted this picture. They responded to a house fire over the weekend. Firefighter Kevan Brown went inside to make sure no one was trapped. It was all safe. But as he came out he saw a mother and her little girl come rushing up to the building. It turns out that they lived in the unit that burned. Firefighters...

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A New Chair For Charlie

By LaserSailor760 on June 07, 2018 / 1,658 views

By LaserSailor760 on June 07, 2018 / 1,658 views

I am an officer for a government agency working at a disability/welfare office and I got to see the coolest thing today. A homeless man, Charlie, came in with a power wheelchair that didn't work. It's batteries would no longer charge. As I was pushing him around the office, first to get checked in, then to an outlet to get some charge in his batteries, then back to a window to be...

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A Family Turned Their Grief Into Something Wonderful

By Angelo Collazo on June 06, 2018 / 1,955 views

By Angelo Collazo on June 06, 2018 / 1,955 views

Nine years ago, my wife and I lost our first daughter, Alle Shea Collazo, to the rare bone disease Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI). At birth, Alle had broken ribs, arm, legs, wrist and her skull had many fractures. Alle graced their lives for only five weeks. The day she passed away it was the first time we got to hold Alle without pillows and cushions between us. We promised to keep Alle Shea's fight alive...

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Charity

By Sonia Kaur on June 06, 2018 / 1,083 views

By Sonia Kaur on June 06, 2018 / 1,083 views

Charity is an act of giving or you can say spirit of giving. Giving 10% of your income to non-profit organizations. Charity means to fulfill the need of the needy. Whatever need is money, love, things, care, your company, and time, smile, your waste materials etc. You can give whatever blessings you are granted from God. Charity is not something to give in hurry. Remember if your money is not used...

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Mowing The Lawn

By Joseph J. Mazzella on June 05, 2018 / 1,752 views

By Joseph J. Mazzella on June 05, 2018 / 1,752 views

It had been raining on and off for several days and the weather forecast called for even more rainy days ahead. The only break seemed to be for several hours this morning so I knew that I would have to cut the grass now. I had several large lawns to do so I quickly pulled out my old push mower and hoped that the wet grass wouldn’t choke it up too much. I got to work cutting 20 inch swaths over and over...

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There Are Some Good People

By Zoe Starliite on June 03, 2018 / 2,219 views

By Zoe Starliite on June 03, 2018 / 2,219 views

So, in fifth grade, my backpack was stolen from my dad's car, which had my binder which had all my school stuff in it, and a few other valuables, like I used to and still like to write stories, and it had notebooks in it that I had stories in that I have been working on for quite a while. And when my dad had come and woken me up to tell me that his car was broken into and my backpack was stolen, I was...

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Guillain Barre Synrome And Stubborn Heart!

By Sandesh Savane on June 01, 2018 / 1,446 views

By Sandesh Savane on June 01, 2018 / 1,446 views

I was 27 years old; me and my spouse were leaving behind our one of the biggest ever bad times in our life. So, we were slowly making out our way to 2015 from our bad year of 2014, where we lost our newly born baby girl who was unable to survive due to Convulsion and left us alone. In the beginning of 2015, we were having a good time. We started to go out to meet our relatives; we went to Nashik,...

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One More Ride

By Joseph J. Mazzella on June 01, 2018 / 1,609 views

By Joseph J. Mazzella on June 01, 2018 / 1,609 views

I was ten years old riding my bicycle at break-neck speed down a hill near my home. This was long before bike helmets were used and I am sure I was making my poor, old, gray-haired guardian angel work overtime again. Only a month before I had hit a rock in the road, flown over my handlebars and smashed open my skull. I had walked home bleeding, terrified my Mom, and gotten a trip to the hospital to have my...

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