There are a lot of discussions about whether the involvement of technologies in what seems to be every tiniest aspect of our daily lives is okay or not. But when something like this happens, it sure gets all the praise and no one blinks an eye whether that's too much of involvement. And how could you when life just been saved.
Just last year, Greta Thunberg drew the world's eye to her protests that were aiming to raise awareness of the risks posed by climate change as well as holding politicians accountable for their inactivity during the climate crisis. This year, the entire world is taking to the streets to express the same sentiments. Global Climate Strike is an international event encouraging everyone to take part in changing the world for the better by raising awareness on how urgent these climate issues are and drawing the attention of those who choose to remain passive.
While people say that good deeds don't go unpunished, James Anderson proved them wrong. The kind-hearted plumber recently went viral for fixing a 91-year-old cancer sufferer's boiler free of charge. As it turned out, this was not just a random act of kindness.
Some people got angry about Leon the cat hanging around the Order of Attorneys of Brazil and filed complaints about it being in the reception area. What the OAB did was fantastic: it hired the cat as a lawyer to stop the complaints!
Luckily for all art lovers who just haven’t got the time to understand all the ins and outs of art history, the internet has provided some hilarious and easy-to-grasp tips on how to recognize the work of famous painters.
A woman from Washington State spent nearly two months searching for her runaway dog. Refusing to give up, she did everything in her power to find her beloved 7-year-old border collie Katie. Including quitting her job.
There is a certain beauty and strength in weakness as some may say. But sometimes inequity between people brings only sorrow. Such is the case of domestic violence, an acute yet so often unspoken problem all over the world.