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We are our own worst critic. Ray Roberts created this short with a very special message. It's set against the backdrop of him learning how to ride a bicycle for the very first time, at 19 years old. Not knowing how to ride a bike always made him seem like somewhat of a loser. But, just like it's never too late to learn how to ride a bike, it's never too late to convince yourself you have value and have something to offer this world.
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Dorothy Percy had not seen her youngest daughter Nancy in over a year. Although it doesn't seem that long, there had been tragic changes in the Percy family over that year. With Dorothy's failing health, Nancy decided to surprise her mother and give her the best gift of all, better than anything you could put in a bag or wrap in a box. A heartwarming and priceless moment for this family.
Peace signs have been popping up in some iconic places in the UK. No, it's not for the next Beatles album, it's a new promotional campaign for Lynx Peace, a line of hygiene products. It's all about making love not war. If you're going to compete with AXE you have to do it in a big way!
Way back in October, Mr. Arturo Trejo and his wife Nancy made a serious announcement... They were opening a taco shop in Las Vegas. Flash forward six months and "Frijoles" is ready for business. But not without a hilarious update from father and son.
The Boston Marathon on April 21 will be a special one for the Boston community. It has been one year since the bombing that shocked and impacted the entire country. To show their support for the "Boston Strong," yurbuds has launched the "#neverstop" campaign. They will be sponsoring four runners unable to finish last year's marathon. One of the runners is Julie Benson who was stopped just four minutes shy of the finish line where the bomb exploded. At RightThisMinute we had the amazing opportunity to Skype with this remarkable woman. It's truly a beautiful story that can inspire us all.
Love can come in the strangest places between the oddest of couples. That was the case for the man behind the camera in this video and a squirrel in New York. This video is from a few years ago, but is now catching viral fire. The squirrel was fed by the man, but the animal chose to share his new food on spots of the guy's body. It's an odd bond, but who are we to judge?
Two totally different animal experiences here. The first video shows why you should never litter as a poor little hedgehog gets his head stuck in a cup. Then the Orlando Sentinel gives a giraffe the GoPro treatment.
This commercial is all about "paying it forward." While this man won't get recognition or money in return for his good deeds, he does get to witness the happiness of others. There are some things money can't buy, but this man finds those honors by helping others. This is part of a great ad campaign by Thai Life Insurance and its message is going viral.
You never forget your first time, even if you're a 78-year-old grandmother. This fearless granny took a while to have her first trip on a roller coaster, but she seemingly enjoyed the quick trek. Ria and her friend, An, are part of a marketing campaign for Vodafone. The roller coaster ride was a precursor to the pair's first plane ride. They had the time of their long lives!
When The Fuzzy Pet Foundation rescued Miley, she was a totally different dog suffering from mange, parasites, bacterial infections, and malnutrition. They nursed her back to health and had over 500 applicants apply to adopt her. The lucky parents were finally chosen after some time and now Miley is one happy pup with a home.
Tisha is a determined woman with a positive, can-do attitude and she's no stranger to RTM. She takes on and accomplishes any challenge put in front of her with ease. Oh, and did we mention she does it all without arms? Amazing.
Ansley from Alabama recently got an upgrade to her Cochlear implant. This enabled her to listen to music and hear her father for the first time. Her reaction was so emotional from listening to the radio that it seems the 16-year-old's world was opened up to a whole new sound (literally). We at RTM are so happy for her.