10 Photos To Restore Your Faith In Humanity

We Humans Can Do Beautiful Things

It’s Not Always Documented To Share With The World, But Here’s A Top 10 of the Ones That Were. Enjoy!

#1 Kill Em With Kindness

Times can sometimes be a bit rough, a lot of people need a helping hand.  This larger hearted entrepreneur offers his services to help members in his local community find jobs. FREE OF CHARGE.

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#2 A Good Sense Of Competition

No use in winning a race were no one finished.  This Ohio athlete stopped to help an injured competitor across the finish line during a track meet.


#3 Take Part In Our Reindeer Games

Here in Montreal we know how to make you feel welcomed.  Community win at its finest as local head bangers hoist a wheel-chaired fan so he can partake in the art & thrill of crowd surfing.

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#4 Never Too Young To Save The world

A child with Leukemia wishes to be batman and save his town, so he did. “They said I could have been anything growing up, so I became Batkid.”


#5 Pulling Together When The Going Gets Rough

Times can get tough in Australia, drought and forest fires have left wildlife in desperate need of water.  Have no fear, humanity is here.

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#6 Humble Win

Zach Galifianakis has the whole world watching each and every awkward step he makes.  What did we find out? He’s a good guy.


#7 Save A Life, ‘Cause We Can

We as humans have a miraculous ability to respond to danger and determine a safe cross of action through a hazardous event. Here we see two boys saving a sheep from troubled waters.


#8 Random Acts Of Kindness

Literally has the power to change the course of a day, month, year and even lives.  One small act can go a long way. Here is the resulting effect of acts being done, simply because they had been done.


#9 Becoming A Superhero

We all have the ability to transcend fear and doubt and become the person we deserve to be. Here is a general bad-ass saving a dog in Australia.dog

#10 Valhalla’s 100% Sustainable Learning Center

Valhalla is a forward thinking non-profit organization. We are a growing tribe of storytellers out to proliferate ‘freedom culture’ by igniting a global passion for sustainability, self-reliance, and collaborative action all through compelling digital media capturing on-the-ground action, and online education.

We successfully built a solar passive greenhouse and planted an edible food forest; with our entire community.  People came from all over to take part in the build.  We proved that people are indeed interested in transforming their world and are ready to take steps towards improving their communities.  We documented the whole thing, CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VIDEOS.

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5 thoughts on “10 Photos To Restore Your Faith In Humanity”

  1. I so wish that I could live in something like this. I am disabled, living on a fixed income. How nice it would be to be able to live without fear of not having food, heat, or a roof over your head. Since I have seen a post about Earth-ships, I am so looking into maybe getting one and having my family help me build it. Good Luck and thank you for reminding me about how wonderful humankind really is!!

  2. I found the pictures restoring, and would like to follow vallhalla’s journey as it is of great interest to me. My husband and I live off grid in caravans in Wales GB, and work to live rather than live to work, growing our own organic veg and fruit. We do not have the income to build, and our planning laws are very restricting here, but your projects are awesome and if I could, I most certainly would. Thank you all for sharing your inspiration, regards Ec

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