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According to the Every Day Hero Campaign, an every|day hero is:

Everyday: ordinary, everyday people performing heroic actions for people, organizations and issues

Every Day: being someone willing to be aware and present every day to your surroundings, your environment, and your culture; have your eyes and ears open every day to what circumstances may be in front of you that require action — heroic action!


Thursday, October 18, 2012

Be the person who brings a smile to people's faces...

Be the type of person who brightens up a person's mood when they're feeling down. We will do our best to help people to keep a positive outlook. We will do our best to, "Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier." ~Mother Teresa

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  1. i have a friend who wanted more songs on his ipod and i told um that i could take it home and put songs on it. He wasn't down about it but he did get happier after i told him that i could help.

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  2. One day my mom was really tired and for my mom it is hard for her to lift up something that is 5 pounds. Seens my dad was cooking, he made the kitchen a mess. So, for my dad wouldn't get yelled at, and for my mom can just relax. I decided to clean the kitchen plus the bathroom and my room. Then, when she woke up, she was so shoked that the kitchen was so clean, But most of all for the first time she actually say "Thank You" to me.

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  3. Today while i was at Cobalt Middle School helping my sister, i noticed a group of girls picking on one girl who was sitting alone. The girl sitting alone started crying so i asked her to step outside. We talk for most of her tutoring time and i even got her to laugh! I gave her my number and told her she could call if she needed anything else. About an hour later her mom called to thank me for helping her out. Her mom said she went home and told her about how much better i made her feel!(:

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  4. I have a teacher who was going through a tough time recently, and I went and asked her if she was okay. She smiled and said nothing was wrong. But the next day, she came up to me and said that I made a big impact on her, and it brought a smile to her face. I was happy that I could make a smile come to her face when I didn't think it was a big deal.

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  5. Yesterday I was walking into cosmetology school and a super cute elderly lady walked out. I smiled at her and said hi... Before I knew it we were standing outside talking about the 50's and Elvis... She was so adorable! I had no idea a smile can bring a whole conversation.

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  6. the other day, i saw this girl sitting by herself at the football game i was attending; i went up to her and introduced myself and made sure i was smiling and making eye contact. i told her we should be friends and we talked for a little while. then her boyfriend sat next to me. but you get the idea, it's the thought that counts.

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  7. Today we went shopping for little kids whose parents cannot afford to buy them clothes, toys, etc., for Christmas and seeing a smile on those kids' face was an amazing feeling because i knew they were very excited and thankful.

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