Tommy Morrissey is a 4-year-old boy who is not letting his disability get in the way of what he is passionate about. He loves golf so he learned how to play. As you can see from this video he is better with one arm than the majority of people are with two. His story is truly inspiring.
It was a football injury back in 2010 that paralyzed Chris Norton. He was told that he had a 3% chance of ever regaining movement below the neck. Now, nearly 5 years later, the goal he had for himself has come to fruition and you may need some tissues for this one!
In today's society there are many people who struggle with self-esteem. The portrayals of what people "should" look like in the media play a big role in this. One woman from the UK decided to make a video in order to help those women out there who may not be happy with their appearance.
Vincent Butterfield is only in first grade, but he has already learned and lived a valuable lesson about what being a true friend really means. What he did for his buddy Zac Gossage, who has cancer, will bring you to tears.
It's very difficult in this day and age to connect to young people. In many cases they take things for granted and don't look at the important things in life. Marc Mero is a former WCW and WWE wrestler. The speech he gave at a middle-school was not only inspiring, it brought those students to tears. What did it? A heartbreaking story about his mother.
At only 9-years-old, Grace Callwood has already battled and survived cancer. Not only has this experience matured her and strengthened her faith, but it has also inspired her to take action and put her efforts into helping kids in need. Her story is truly inspirational.
In this touching video Wil Wheaton responds to a little girl's question about whether or not he was called a nerd in school. Wil Wheaton is an American actor and blogger. The question was asked of him at the Denver Comic Con. With bullying being such a big problem in today's society, every parent should show their child this video.
Blake Shelton may be a consummate joker, but he has a heart of gold beneath all that laughter. He is also a man of his word, as he helped make a dream come true for Harlie Bryant, a 6-year-old stricken with an aggressive form of brain cancer. Shelton, who was alerted to the little girl’s plight via Twitter, met with her at Owensboro’s Big O Music Fest on Saturday (August 18).