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When faced with months left to live, how do you say goodbye? 18-year-old Zach Sobiech, who passed away on Monday, turned to music. The young cancer patient inspired millions with his beautiful original song, "Clouds," which he wrote to help cope with his deadly disease. "Clouds" is available for purchase on iTunes- all proceeds benefit the Zach Sobiech Osteosarcoma Fund, which aims to fund research for the cancer that took Zach's life, in hopes that kids diagnosed tomorrow will have a better chance for a cure.
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Pretty much everyone in the world has heard of Coca-Cola. Now, the mega-corporation is acting a peacemaker for India and Pakistan. Their new Small World machines allow someone in India and someone in Pakistan to meet while they buy a coke.
Join Matt and Josh on their journey across the world to meet their two precious new twin babies- Julianne Joy and Henry Charles. The couple had the twins by gestational surrogate in Mumbai, India. To follow their journey as new dads, check out their blog, New Dads on the Block.
Miami Heat point guard made a young girls dreams come true when he answered her YouTube plea to be her date to Prom! A senior at Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High in Miami, Nicole Muxo created a YouTube video asking Wade to join her at Prom- a long shot, right? On Friday, Wade called Muxo to let her know he wouldn't be making it, but minutes later he showed up wearing a suit and holding flowers. He dances and took pictures with Muxo and her friends before taking off so they could continue their night.
This story starts out somber. Barbara Garcia, a survivor of the massive tornado that struck an Oklahoma City suburb, is telling CBS reporter Anna Werner about the devastation that hit her home. She also talks about losing her little dog, who she says she knows is somewhere in the rubble all around her. But luckily, this story has a happy and miraculous ending. As the camera rolls, a voice in the background excitedly yells, "The Dog! The Dog!" Sure enough, Garcia's little gray dog was alive and well!
Kameron Torres began with a short documentary about Donald "Shortstack" Oliver, a homeless man that turned his life around and became the groundskeeper at a local cemetery. Now, Kameron is trying to expand the documentary to include the life stories of others like Donald who have also been given a second chance. Check out the KickStarter page for more info and to donate to the project!
To say that Jen has "above average range of motion" in her hip is an understatement- scratch that, a huge understatement. A bone cancer survivor, Jen had only showed this unique talent to half a dozen people until she decided to make this video as an entry to Ellen’s “Here’s My Talent” contest. To learn more about Jen, her battle with Ewing Sarcoma, and how she learned to walk again, click here.
In our Daily Huh? today, you get to see this adorable older gentleman who is very eagerly checking out the stores specials. By doing that, he is totally blocking the entrance so the the other shoppers can't get in.
First came "The Bachelor," then came "The Bachelorette," and now... "The Baby Bachelor." Starring late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel's adorable nephew Wesley, "The Baby Bachelor" pits tiny Divas from 26-38 months (and one random 316-month-old) against each other, vying for the love of the mini-Kimmel. Who will get a Dinosaur, and who will be sent home? ... I really hope Kimmel and his crew keep this series going. Watch episode two here.
A Homeless man in downtown Toronto sings a beautiful and touching acoustic cover of the Beatles classic, "Hello Goodbye." According to YouTuber FuriousTalks, who posted the video, "He wasn't playing for money, just for himself, that's what made it more awesome."
Apparently it's a tradition that if you climb Mouth Saint Helens in Washington state on Mother's Day, whatever your gender, you must wear a dress while doing so! Despite the rainy weather, this group honored their moms by keeping up tradition and apperances. Watch to find out how RightThisMinute hosts Nick and Steven would go about participating.
Soul Pancake takes to the street once again to ask people how they find clarity or a sense of calm in this chaotic world. Some meditate, some chant and others just take the time to stop and take a deep breath. As one woman puts it, "the clarity is within you." How do you find a sense of calm in your everyday life?
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