5 Of The Most Uplifting Stories We Shared This Week (July 21-28, 2023)

A two-photo collage. The first shows someone who is taking a photo of a mirror, fully showing themselves taking the photo with a sheet over their head. The mirror is for sell. The item for sell is captioned: Not the ghost. (The mirror) and is priced at 69 pounds. The second photo shows a woman smiling wide as she sits and holds a baby in her arms.

Everyday, countless events take place that make our world a bit brighter – it’s why we’re able to share so many positive stories with readers like you! These stories range from heartwarming and powerful to silly and hilarious. But no matter the topic, they’re full of folks making a difference.

With so many of these stories happening everyday, however, it can be tough to keep up. That’s why we’ve put together a list of this week’s top five uplifting stories! So whether they’re ones you’ve already enjoyed or are entirely brand new, we hope they make you smile.

1. Signs are usually made to share important information. Others, however, seem as though their sole purpose is to make us laugh. A whole Facebook page is dedicates to the latter, and we gathered 15 of the best.

2. After losing sight of her owner, this golden retriever had the most precious reaction!

3. As a prison guard, Roberta Bell knew the risks of offering to take in an inmates newborn, but she was determined to do the right thing.

4. When the baby goats at Sunflower Farm Creamery start jumping for joy, they make everyone else want to follow suit! It’s no wonder that so many love this video of them hopping around in slow-motion.

5. When trying to sell mirrors online, these folks decided to lean into the challenges these reflective items present, and we’re all the more delighted because of it.

The negativity in the world can feel overwhelming at times. But stories like these are always there to brighten our mood. Which one was your favorite?

You can find the source of this story’s featured image here and here!

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