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Practicing Mercy

Ambulance crew’s faith in humanity restored after random act of kindness

An anonymous donation during a harrowing shift is a great reminder to look out for others.

The billboard in Florida that’s helping save lives

This man could be advertising his own business; instead he uplifts and inspires people.

9 Things all caregivers should do … for themselves

Sneak these nine little things into your day and you'll be more energized.

Teacher battling cancer gets amazing gift of mercy for back-to-school

In an extraordinary act of kindness, local teachers donate 100 days of sick leave so Robert Goodman can focus on healing.

The hairdresser who serves kids with sensory processing disorders

With a little patience and flexibility, this hairdresser found a way to get the job done.

When a flight crew couldn’t communicate with a passenger, a 15-year-old girl stepped up (Video)

An airline passenger who is blind and deaf received the help he needed from a skilled and compassionate teen.

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: St. Francis is alive and well and living in the South Bronx

See how a group of Franciscan Friars helped bring the South Bronx out of the ashes.

This new restaurant chain seeks hearing-impaired employees

Two friends are creating an environment where everyone feels at home.

When writer Celeste Ng decided not to mind her own business, it changed a life

Unlike everyone else, one woman decided to stop and ask the question, "Are you all right?"

Stephen Hawking’s parting Easter gift for the homeless

While his funeral was taking place less than a mile away, the Hawking family were thinking of those less fortunate.