The latest from Kind World
It was supposed to be a standard procedure. Then something went very wrong.
Jim Abbott was an improbable major league pitcher.
On a November night, Ted Hakey felt uneasy about his neighbors.
Alice's dad was losing his words, and then he had just two phrases left.
Bostonians aren’t always known for their friendly, helpful nature, but Blair Wong has discovered a very different side to the city’s inhabitants.
People ask Mohamed if he's crazy. He says he wouldn't live any other way.
Norah and Dan were an unlikely pair.
When President Trump signed an executive order in January, one family feared their daughter's life was at stake.
The story begins with an open wound.
They didn't all know each other, but they knew their friend needed help.
After a breakup left Laura in rough shape, Ruthy and Bill stepped up to pick her up.
“The moment in the grocery store will just be something that I’ll always remember,” Suzie Skougard says.
Michael Reagan turned his life upside down to draw portraits of service people who died in Iraq or Afghanistan. Four thousand portraits later, he finally understood why.
The gift a father thought he didn’t want ended up being exactly what he needed.
A judge in North Carolina came up with an unusual way to enforce the law. His unorthodox decision ended up having a huge impact on one veteran’s life.
When Curtis Bishop was homeless, most people looked right past him. One stranger reached out in the middle of a food court and helped change his life.
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James Carlsen's guitar never left his side until he sold it to feed his heroin addiction.
Ever dream about finding yourself naked in a crowd?
Deborah Greene was on a routine grocery run at Whole Foods when her brother called with terrible news.