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17 Uplifting Spring Stories That Can Melt Even the Coldest Heart

No matter how many Oscars Hollywood scriptwriters get, the best writer is life itself. It changes fates, gives miracles and provides coincidences. All we can do is be amazed and feel like anything is possible.

Bright Side has collected the best and kindest stories from the Internet and invites you to take some time and read them!

  • My sister couldn't walk after a car crash. The injuries are healed, she went through a recovery but she still can't walk. Doctors say that she needs a push. We were walking in the park and a bicycle rider went by and splashed my sister from a puddle. I panicked, got Kleenex out of the bag and tried to calm her down. Then, she pushed me, stood up, and started chasing the man. When we realized what happened, my sister fell in the same puddle and started laughing. Thanks, man! Great push!

  • A minute ago, our bus driver stopped in the middle of the road and ran to the other bus to say hi to his wife who was the other driver. You see, having no time is not an excuse.

  • When I am in a bad mood and have many problems, I come up to random people in the street to say something good to them. I say something nice about their appearance, their hair color, or a book if a person is sitting and reading. I like watching people freeze at first and then smile and thank me.

  • I was going to the university and I was in a terrible mood. I was walking by a building that was being reconstructed. A worker stopped me and asked, "Miss, can you do me a favor?" I said, "What favor?" And he's like, "I collect beautiful smiles, can you give me one?" Of course, I couldn't help but smile and he said, "Thank you so much." And I said, "Thank You." People don't need much to feel happy!

  • My son presented me with a small mirror for my birthday, but he put a picture he had drawn on the mirror. There was the sun in the picture. He explained, "You can have different faces, but we see you only this way."
  • This is the story of how I met my husband. I registered on a website to communicate with English native speakers. I communicated with many people but one day I decided to delete my account. I found the delete button and I was going to push it when I got a new message. I thought I would read it and delete the account right away. A Frenchman texted me, saying he wanted to learn my language and asked me to help him. I replied. Two weeks later he invited me to Paris, and four months later we got married. It's been 10 years since then and we have a wonderful baby! And I'm still wondering what would have happened if I had deleted the account.

  • I was in a cafe with a friend, I had was in a bad mood and he was super positive. I sighed and said that he was so happy and I wished I were like him. Without thinking, he bit my shoulder, and told me, "Ok, now I infected you, you'll be happy too!"

  • I got a text today and the blood I donated was used to save someone's life.

  • My boyfriend presented me a cup with my favorite Van Gogh painting on it. He said that he had ordered it and when you pour hot water in it, the picture would change. When he went to work, I poured tea into it and all of a sudden, the picture changed to, "Marry me". It was the first time I cried because I was so happy.
  • A guy I know fed all stray dogs and cats. He always spent all the money he had, first in school and then in college. I've always thought he had no future and that he should think not about cats and dogs but about himself, no matter how sorry he was. Five years later, I have found out that he built an animal shelter. A lot of money was invested into the project, and then he opened a branch of pet stores and pharmacies for animals. His business is thriving and he keeps doing good things, creating new foundations for animals. This is probably a one in a million case, but it's very inspiring.

  • When I was a student I used to date an artist. We lived in different cities but we came to each other almost every two weeks. Once I texted him, "I wish it was summer and we could walk on the grass." One month later, I came to his place, and there was an empty room in his apartment and grass on the floor. He drew butterflies and flowers on the walls and planted the grass. Those 3 days in this room were the happiest days of my life.

  • Once I stayed at work late and I was the last to leave. I was going down a corridor, and I heard the song, "Single Ladies". I peeked around the corner and there was a Beyoncè clip on the computer, and our guard (a very serious person who was a soldier in Afghanistan) was dancing and singing quietly.

  • I asked my 4-year-old son which girl in his kindergarten class was the most beautiful. He named every single girl in his group. A gentleman is growing!
  • On my way home, I usually stand by the windows in the bus and draw smiles on the windows. Once, there was a man who looked like he was in a bad mood. I drew a smile as usual. Normally people don't react at all, but this time it was different: the man drew a body for my smile. I accepted the challenge and drew hands, he did the legs, I did the hair, he did the feet. The bus was approaching my stop and I added a tongue. My partner didn't know what to add and accepted his defeat. We smiled at each other and I left the bus.

  • When I was a student, I had very little money. 10 years later, I have a car, an apartment, and my own business. Sometimes, I go to the library, take books and hide money in them. I don't lose much, and someone will get a bonus for their scholarship.

  • In my attic I found an old notebook with my father's poems. I read them and they really moved me. I didn't even know that he wrote poems.I reread them, I asked an artist to draw a cover, and I printed the book myself. I presented it to him for his 50th birthday. It was the first time in my life when I saw my dad cry. It was worth it.

  • We've been married for 8 years and my husband never says, "I love you". Instead there are hot dinners, lessons with our son, and yesterday he surprised me: he put my home clothes on the radiator so that when I came home, I would put on warm clothes... Who cares about words and flowers. Actions are all that matters.

Which of these stores seemed the most moving? Tell us what you think in the comment section below!

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