Nobility still exists in our time
• The nobility still exists in our time,
How rarely we face the disinterested, selfless and truly courageous people, to think of others and their well-being!
When our loved ones something happens, we usually say to ourselves for complacency: "If only I had a lot of money, I could help." However, some people do not having a penny to his name, has always come to the rescue, not thinking about their own financial losses.
Xiong Shuyhua Chinese millionaire businessman, villagers built luxury apartments and villas.
Xiong Shuyhua Syunkeng born in the village in the south of China. When he grew up and earned millions in the construction business and steel trade, it wanted to help the villagers. He built a new home for 72 families and villas still for 18 families who were especially kind to him. The project cost a businessman to £ 4 million. Xiong Shuyhua even promised to free meals for the elderly and low-income people.
Chuck Feeney, a former ex-billionaire, gave 99% of their 7, 5 billion dollars to help young people to pursue higher education.
Chuck Feeney, an Irish-American businessman, began his charitable mission in 1984, when transferred its stake in the Duty Free Shops at the rate of 38, 75% of the shares. Fini also made a number of donations (170 million dollars) in grants to the University of Limerick in Ireland. Over the past 30 years he gave 7, 5 billion, of which $ 6, 2 billion went to his foundation Atlantic Philanthropies, which deals with the problems of education, science, health, aging and civil rights. Chuck Feeney now owns a modest $ 2 million.
A gang of bikers from Los Angeles, known as Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA), protects children who are sexually abused. The purpose of the organization bikers from BACA - create a safe environment for abused children. They guard the children's home at night, if the offender has not been in prison, escorted him to the school, at the hearing or psychotherapy sessions. Bikers even take part in court proceedings, the children did not experience fear and discomfort when testifying against their abusers.
Dashrat Manji in 22 years on their own broke the 100-meter passage through the mountain to cut route to his village. Now the way is at 55 and 15 kilometers.
Dashrat Manji, a resident of the Indian state of Bihar, lost his wife in 1960, who was expecting a child and was injured. The nearest hospital is 70 kilometers away, and his wife Dashrata dovezti there could not live. Dashrat repeatedly appealed to the government to build a shorter way, but all in vain. Then the man took up the matter on their own. He pecked mountain 22 years old, but made a run length of 100 meters and a width of 9 meters. Dashrat Manji died in August 2007 and was buried with great honors.
102-year-old good deed every day begging and gives everything received in churches and orphanages.
Dobri lives 24 kilometers from the Bulgarian capital. When he was younger, then I went to Sofia on foot, and now goes to the bus and spend the day begging. For many years he makes generous donations to churches and orphanages. The Cathedral of St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral said that his biggest donation was about 24 thousand dollars. Dobri admitted that once in my life did a bad thing and is now trying to make amends for his misdeed, helping others.
11-year-old boy Liang Yaoi dying from brain cancer, asked her mother to donate his organs to save the lives of other children. After his death, all of which were successfully transplanted. Liang Yaoi of Guangdong, Southern China, with 9 years, was suffering from brain cancer. Dying, the boy expressed his wish to donate their organs. When Liang died, the medical staff, touched by his bravery and dedication, bowed three times to him as a token of the highest respect.
When a nursing home in California is bankrupt, all the staff was gone, except for the janitor and a cook, who stayed to care for 16 patients completely disinterested.
Chef Maurice Rowland and cleaner Miguel Alvarez decided voluntarily to stay with 16 nursing home patients, which was closed. They spent with the elderly 24 hours a day, literally excommunicated home for an hour. According to Rowland, some patients suffering from senile dementia, and they did not allow conscience to leave them in the lurch. The incident led to the adoption of the law on care of the elderly in 2014.
Albert Lexie for 36 years shines shoes at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
71-year-old Albert Lexie began to clean shoes when he was 15 years old. Every Tuesday and Thursday, he comes to the children's hospital of Pittsburgh, to polish the shoes of patients. Over the past 36 years, he donates to charity, giving all earned them a tip, and is the sum of 200 thousand dollars. He does not even have the car - he drives a bus, spending 1, 5 hours each way to get to the hospital.