Mohammed Ayub saw a need – children too poor to attend school in a country with the highest illiteracy rate in the world. And he met their need. Sacrificing his own funds and time he could be doing paid work, he created a school in the park. Change is embodied in the efforts of people doing whatever they can that steer the ship in a new direction. He helps people survive better and his students become teachers. Hero Minded actions are infectious.
Veronika’s school project changed her life. She was challenged to make something that actually met a real need. A coat wasn’t enough, so Veronica Scott created a coat that could also be a sleeping bag. Very useful and innovative. Continue reading A School Project Turns Into a Calling Do the Homeless Need These Coats?
Watch this beautiful short film demonstrating Hero Minded action in the animal kingdom Continue reading Hero Minded Animals Great Pyrenees teach us the purpose of collaboration
This morning I’m moved by two human stories, revolving around deadly diagnoses, reminding us that small things can make a big difference. Continue reading Small Things, Big Difference Little shifts in our thinking and actions can make a huge impact
This is a new feature, a gathering of Hero Minded people, doing great things with the right attitude…hopefully they inspire us to do the same.
Imagine yourself with the following limitations: you’re diagnosed with Spina Bifida and confined to a wheelchair. Or you’re homeless and in need of food, relying on the kindness of others. Now what happens? Continue reading Let Go of Limitations Inspiring people challenging all of us