The video has been added to your favorite list.
The video has been removed from your favorite list.
Use commas to enter multiple email addresses.
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.
Click to copy the code to your clipboard.
As zefrank1 and BuzzFeed point out, cats are misunderstood creatures. Cats' attempts at showing solidarity go unappreciated, and their expressions of affection are met with animosity. How are they to know that they will not starve with only a half full food dish, or that they have not been abandoned to die alone with the closing of a bedroom door? A cat only seeks to please by singing you the song of its people... at 3am.
The LA Beast was recently contacted by a student at W.T. Woodson High school in Fairfax Virginia about how three fellow students, including one Ethan Griffith, have taken their own lives in the past year. This hits pretty close to home for Beast, so he was eager to help add some cheer to a somber time by completing a "Chocolate Milk Gallon Challenge", as well as raise awareness about the problem of teen suicide. Support the Josh Anderson Foundation, and just remember, there are at least 50 reasons to stay alive. RightThisMinute also Skyped with the LA Beast himself!
Eric Raymond Lim's sister, Tanya, committed suicide last June. She left him money to make a film so he decided to "bring creation from destruction." Check out this emotional short called "The Forge" that aims to provide a strong anti-suicide message. The short includes a storyline of a man battling his inner demons in order to make it through life's tough moments. The video also includes snippets of home video footage showing Eric and his sister when they were kids. Show it to anyone you care about who you feel may be having suicidal thoughts. For more information, visit the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention.
This poor little kiddo thought that his mom bought some magical eggs and when it cracked on his head like mom's did, it wouldn't have any yolk in it. Watch what happens next...
Warning: This video may be hard to watch. A dance instructor in Beijing, China is caught on camera physically and mentally abusing her students. I don't think this kind of negative reenforcement is working.
This is undoubtedly one of the saddest moments of a young child's life. The loss of a helium balloon. Hopefully this sad little guy got his balloon back!
Wow. This video is pretty powerful. See what the most popular searches on Google are for mostly every age from 10 to 85 years old. The results are shocking. Google prototyped an anonymous profile of its typical users and came up with this. The results from each query reflect the "fears, inquiries, preoccupations, obsessions and fixations of the human being at a certain age and our evolution through life."
Radravious Williams, a seventh grader at NorthPort K-8, a middle school in Port St. Lucie, Florida, was brutally beaten at school by a group of his fellow classmates, some of whom he had even considered to be his friends. The worst part is that a passing teacher did nothing to stop the altercation, which led to Williams being beaten for a second time.
Everyone should experience the joys of having a best friend. This dog, Bella, had a best friend named Beavis. Beavis was a beaver. The two would play together all day long. When Beavis passed away, Bella mourned his death, as anyone would who lost a friend.
This bird got a second chance at life after it got stuck on a fishing line. A man, his son and dog were walking in the park when they stumbled upon a bird. The man was able to free the poor creature.
Wiley, a therapeutic "wolfdog," who is part of the Warriors and Wolves project at the Lockwood Animal Rescue Center was caught crying over a lost friend. RightThisMinute Skyped with Wiley's owners to find out more about his story and their program.
Site by Rhino