Here are some simpler words for the title: “Stories About Heroes Who Don’t Wear Capes”

In the modern world where many people only rely on themselves, simple things like caring about someone or helping them might seem like something outstanding. And it actually feels really nice to support someone you know or do something small for a complete stranger.

1.

My relatives and friends often do nice things for me. We went on vacation recently and my cool neighbor took care of my cats, flowers, and made a nice dinner when we got back. Now, it’s her turn to go on vacation

2.

I saw this in a supermarket: an old lady had a carton of milk, a loaf of bread, and some cookies. She didn’t have enough money. She was all shocked and didn’t know what not to buy. And then, a girl in line just told the cashier that she would pay for the old woman. The woman was in tears and thanked the girl. She wanted to give her the money she had, but the girl wouldn’t take it.

3.

My neighbor (a very old man, by the way) has a habit of walking around the street with a flashlight late at night. If he sees that someone forgot to lock a car, left their door open, or their light in the garage is on, he always rings their doorbell and tells them. He does this just because he wants to. And he’s definitely prevented a lot of trouble for everyone.

4.

I stopped by a jewelry store. I saw a 60-year-old man buying earrings. He was asking the assistant which ones were better because the next day was his daughter’s birthday. I told him that the second pair looked nicer and he said they were for his older daughter because her husband never buys stuff for her.
In every single wrinkle on his face, I could see the tenderness he felt for his daughter, all the love. This father’s hands were once holding hers (his baby’s hands), then she was a fiancée, a mother, a wife… but still will always be his daughter. It was so beautiful!

5.

Pigeons on my balcony made a nest and laid eggs. 2 little pigeons were born. The older they got, the more their parents were away. One day, there was a big thunderstorm and the birds were alone in the nest without their parents. So my daughter took an umbrella and stood there until the rain stopped

6.

Several times a week, I go to yoga class. I have to wake up at 5 a.m. (the class starts at 6:30) and my husband usually gets up much later — at around 9 a.m. So, today, I woke up to my husband’s alarm ringing. I asked him why he was getting up that early and he said, “Get ready, I’ll take you to yoga class.” It was such an important indicator of care because I know how hard it is for him to get up early. This showed me that he would do anything he can for me. I love him.

7.

My cousin and I were talking about our memories. She told me about a year when their family had financial trouble and her husband got ill, so he needed to rest. They took the last bit of money they had and went to the sea. On their way back, they stopped by my mother’s place. So, my mom gave them some money and asked them not to tell her husband. But the funniest thing happened afterward. A few days later, my mom’s husband gave some money to my cousin and asked her not to tell my mom!

8.

On a hot day in May, I was on a bus full of people. The windows were closed. I was standing next to a young man and we were looking at each other. Then, I noticed the music in my earbuds go quiet, and then I realized I didn’t hear the bus engine anymore. I looked at the guy and the last thing I saw was the terror on his face, because darkness was surrounding him. I don’t remember the next moment (I fainted) but the guy caught my falling body. He put me on the seat, someone gave me a bottle of water, someone started waving at me so I could breathe better. And 2 people called a taxi for me. All the people were so kind.

9.

One time, I was at a gas station and locked my keys in my car. It was really cold and I only had a T-shirt on. The gas station was only a little booth, so I couldn’t hide inside. Some random guy came up to me and asked if I need help, I said yeah and that my grandma was coming, but not for another hour, so he gave me his sweatshirt so I wouldn’t be cold. It became one of my favorite sweatshirts, reminding me of this random act of kindness.

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