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Via: Honey Maid
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This commercial features all kinds of families and reminds us that Valentine's Day can be about celebrating family love too. 

It has candid video of different kinds of people, some adopted, some LGBT coming out to their parents and finding acceptance. All of them lucky enough to be surrounded by people who love them. Who knew graham crackers could be so touching? Just don't watch this in public, it might make you cry. 

Not us, though. We're fine over here, it's just really dusty. 


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Via: boredpanda
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Nothing warms the heart quite like two victims of circumstances beyond their control, finding solace in the companionship of one another.

At 10-months-old Scarlette Tipton lost her left arm to cancer. Her parents desperately wanted little Scarlette, now two-years-old, to have the chance to grow up with a little kitten just like her; and they couldn't have found a better match. Meet Doc: a rescue kitten who had her right paw amputated following a car accident.

On Christmas Eve the two were united at a shelter in California. That very Wednesday, Doc had already been welcomed aboard as the new member of the family.

Scarlett's mother, Simone Tipton, told Love Meow that Scarlette "did notice that Doc had staples on her side and said 'owies'. I let her know that she had owies just like her, and she placed her hand on her side and just nodded. She recognizes that the cat has similar struggles as she does."

united airlines christmas fantasy flights brings sick kids to north pole
Via: United
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For the 22nd year in a row, United Airlines is putting on a special "Fantasy Flights" program that flies ill children to the "North Pole" to meet Santa. This year, more than 5,000 children and their families get to go on a special plane ride to a makeshift North Pole to meet good ol' Saint Nick before his big night. 



"The kids really bring home the Spirit of Christmas for me. When I look into their eyes as they're chatting with Santa, it's often difficult to keep the tears from rolling down my face,” says Customer Service Rep and Fantasy Flights Santa David Tomb. “Sometimes they share a very personal thought or a wish that gives me just a hint of what their lives are like, what they're going through and what they're feeling at Christmas time. I'm just grateful that I can bring a little bit of joy into their lives."

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When Santa Claus visited Middlesbrough's Cleveland Centre, he found one little girl who wasn't able to tell him what she wanted for Christmas. The girl's mother apologized, explaining that "she isn't able to speak very well." Saint Nick asked if the girl was albe to sign, and went on to have a heart-warming conversation with her in sign language. Even if you can't read what they're saying, the girl's joy is plain to see.



Now that's the spirit of Christmas!

Via: Paige Yore
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Here's your daily reminder to always treat other with kindness, because you never know what they might be going through.

Paige Yore uploaded this video of herself to Facebook, describing a trip to Walmart that's enough to bring just about anybody to tears. Yore was in line at the store when a woman ahead of her began yelling at a young cashier who was visibly struggling at work. She stepped in and asked the woman to step aside, when the young cashier stepped out from behind the checkstand and hugged Yore. He confided in her, saying "Ma’am, my mom just committed suicide this morning… and I have to work because I have to pay our rent, and I have to pay our bills. And I don’t even have a mom anymore. And this lady is just yelling at me."

The video has been viewed more than 14 million times on Facebook over the weekend, and Yore is now trying to track the young man down in response to the huge outpouring of help and hope the video has received. If found, Yore hopes she and the internet will be able to help him through this trying time.

As Yore so perfectly put it, this experience is a reminder that "ou never know who's fighting what battle. Watch what you say."

Wang Deyi and Cao Yuehua were married in Chongqing, China in 1945. For their 70th anniversary, the couple's children helped them recreate their wedding album to commemorate their love: "they have been together for so long, going through the war, the political turmoil and diseases, and can still stay with each other and love each other. We want to help them to commemorate their love," says their sixty year old son, Cao Pangpei. If you're looking for #relationshipgoals, they are it:

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