When we think of Heroes, big names and famous people come to our mind, we picture strong, brave personality with typical attire (Batman, Super Man). But often real heroes are the ones who are ordinary and drivers of positive social change that we have forgotten about.
Life inevitably hands us with miseries, failed relationships and businesses, it is during these phases of challenge where Heroes not only inspire us but brings us a ray of hope. As they say, "it's during the worst storms of your life that you will get to see the true colors of people who say they care if you", here we have some of the most sincere heroes of humanity. Hidden under the storm of bad news, we have scraped out a few truly uplifting and praise worthy humanitarian acts of kindness.
Let's take a look at some inspiring deeds, we hope you like it
He is Mohammad Alaa Jaleel from Aleppo in Syria where he takes care of more than a hundred stray and abandoned cats. While people are fleeing war-torn Aleppo, this man is staying back to take care of abandoned cats. Not catty at all. He is truly inspiring.
This man, Marc Ching has been a true saint and has saved the lives of thousands of dogs from the horrific Yulin Meat Festival.
Danish woman rescued the life of a 2-year-old Nigerian boy who was abandoned by his family. The picture shows how in a matter of only a few years the boy is radiating positive energy.
This flight attendant adopted a stray dog who kept waiting for her outside her hotel.
This tiger cub was rescued from a circus, weighing only 1/4 of the normal weight. He has made tremendous recovery since he was rescued.
A man turned an old truck into a mobile shower for the homeless people. It promoted the hashtags- #ShowerToThePeople and #RaiseTheBar, it also helped restore the dignity of the homeless people.
A duo of dad and son in Texas rescued 30 dogs left behind during the flood.
This 12-year-old boy learned to sew and made over 800 stuffed animals for sick children. How cute!
This man, who had vision in only one of his eyes adopted a one-eyed-dog that no one else wanted.
Professional Boxer and Senator of Philippines, Manny Pacquiao, built 1,000 homes for the poor people in the Philippines.