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These Compassionate Kids Will Melt Your Heart & Restore Your Faith In Humanity

Did somebody cut you up on the highway this morning during your commute to work, or did you get a parking ticket when you were running late by just a couple of minutes? Perhaps your boss decided they were in a particularly foul mood and decided to take it out on you and your co-workers, or the guy at Starbucks spelt your name wrong on your coffee cup. Or maybe you’re just sick of reading about general inequality and the injustice that takes places across the world on a daily basis. Whatever happened, sometimes you can lose your faith in humanity a little bit. Well, a bunch of youngsters are about to restore that faith. Check out these kids and their incredible acts of courage, kindness and compassion. These compassionate kids will restore your faith in humanity.

During the terrifying chaos of severe flooding throughout Bangladesh, a young boy had the amazing courage it took to save a drowning baby deer from the flood waters.

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During a time when race relations throughout America have never been more tense and strained, this image of a local Baltimore boy handing out water to police on a hot day is incredible powerful.

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An 8 year old boy in Orlando, Noah pulled off an impressive and undeniably incredible feat when he completed a triathlon with his disabled brother, Lucas.

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This little youngster saved $120 last year (we’re not entirely sure how he managed to pull that off) and decided to spend it on helping those in need. Check him out with all of his lunches for the homeless.

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This 8 year old put up with a bunch of incessant bullying from his classmates while he grew his hair out in order to donate it to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.

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When this little kid saw this bunny struggling to climb a step and join the rest of his hopping pals, his instinct was of course to dart over as quickly as possible and give helping hand.

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As helpless and ineffective as this gesture might be, it’s still ridiculously cute to see japanese youngster attempting to rub the tears from a crying politicians eyes. That being said, most politicians are downright awful and don’t deserve a great deal of empathy…

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When a mother’s three year old daughter saw another little girl without hair, she asked what had happened to her. When she was told that some medicine had made her sick and she’d lost it all, the girl replied, “Oh, she can have some of my hair.”

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During a relentless series of strong monsoons throughout Mumbai, a young girl was pictured protecting a stray dog from the water with her umbrella.

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Young children never judge. They’ll play with anybody until their parents start telling them not to…

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This little girl decided to sell of her stuffed animals so that she could donate any money made to her family’s local animal sanctuary. “I sold my stuffed animals so real animals can get better care.”

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These two little kids had never met before, but they decided that they’d hug it out like the oldest of pals in the middle of an the arrivals terminal at an airport.

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This 9 year old youngster decided to spread his passion for reading as far as possible. He saved up all of his summer allowance, bought a bunch of different books and then donated them to his local prison.

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This 8 year old kid somehow managed to win $1000 in a local scavenger hunt. He then decided to donate it to his young neighbour, a little girl who was being treated for leukaemia.

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