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Three Stories of Young Men Doing Good

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As reported by the Good News Network, Boylan Slat is getting ready to launch his project to start cleaning up the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” in July! Boylan explains his prototype in this video:

 

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Homelessness, his dad’s heart attack, bullying, and migraines where some of the challenges Tre Jenkins faced. Now, he’s getting ready to go to Harvard.  (A personal side note on migraines: fluorescent lights used in most classrooms make migraines worse.)

 

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This third video shows how a high school football team worked together to lift a car off of an elderly couple.

 

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Christian, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again. I also paint angels.

13 thoughts on “Three Stories of Young Men Doing Good

  1. Thanks for sharing good news.

  2. Oh wow, first to the last one, and that amazing group of young lads who helped lift that car.. Wonderful TEAM work.. And how fortunate for that elderly couple they were on the road at the time..
    The Middle video.. What a wonderful young man to come through what he has to achieve his place in such a wonderful University.. And I used to suffer severe migraines in my twenties 20’s until my 40’s sometimes two a week.. So know the pain they would leave me wanting to exit the world.. And those who walk about saying they have a migraine, have a head ache.. So I feel for that young man and his struggle he went through..
    And Bravo to the top young man.. The world needs more of him to bring awareness to the world to clear up our pollution habits..

    Many thanks JoAnna.. Great Stories xx ❤

    • Thank you for reading and affirming these stories, Sue. I have had some really bad headaches, especially in my 40s. Some might have been “mild” migraines with nausea and light sensitivity as my mother had them often. But I know others who suffer much worse. I believe my mother’s got better after menopause. Thank goodness ours are, too. I’m so glad you appreciate the good news. ❤

  3. These three stories show ability to overcome much, especially when God is always on our side, JoAnna. Thank you for these and taking the time to find them. Young men doing good deeds or basing their lives on good values are especially wonderful during these trying times. 💞 🌠🌠🌠

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