Kilimanjaro conquered by a 7year old, Storytelling in Cuban Factories and Veterans being absolutely amazing! – Just Good News
Are you ready to hear how kind, persistent and awesome people had been in the last week? Because they were! They did the most awesome things and we have gathered it all up. We have all that is needed to spark you up and make you vibrate with positive energy! Ready for some conquering Kilimanjaro with a 7 year old girl? Maybe some storytelling in Cuban Factories? Or driving veterans to hospitals for free? Get ready to be absolutely inspired and filled up with joy!
Kilimanjaro conquered by a 7 year old girl!
When this little lady overheard her mom inviting her friends to help her climb the highest mountain in Africa, she wanted in. Her mom was worried because her little girl didn’t understand that climbing Kilimanjaro was not an easy task. But when her little girl told her that she wanted to climb it so she can be closer to heaven and to her deceased dad, her mom helped her train. After a month of training and 6 days hiking, they conquered Kilimanjaro! Impossible is just a word guys! Check out the amazing story here.
Factories in Cuba have storytellers
You all heard about the famous Cuban cigars. Well not only are the cigars made with great care, but great care is provided to the factory workers. Dozens of factories have adopted the practice to have an employee that reads to the other factory workers. They say that they make the work less boring, it educates the factory workers and motivates them to do a better job. The work atmosphere has improved as well. How amazing is that? Check out the full story here.
Veterans driving disabled veterans to hospitals for free!
This amazing duo in Northern New Mexico saw a problem in their society. Too many veterans didn’t have to opportunity to go to checkups because they lived too far away from the hospital. And since they themselves are veterans they understood how much these people have given up for their country. So, they started their journey since 2002 and are still driving veterans three days a week, free of charge. Awesome guys, you go! Check out the full story here.