Quietly, Be Kind

by - April 20, 2021


Over the years, I have collected hundreds of stories of kindness from around the world. Because of the format of the A2Z blogging challenge, I then sort them out alphabetically before choosing which story to highlight for which alphabet.

So many awesome stories tend to get left out because of this. For example, I may have no great story of kindness from anyone whose name starts with the letter E (Damn you all, you evil Ezekiels and Ebeneezers!) but have plenty from folk starting with the letter A.

One thing that gets missed in all this hunt for people's names is the random kind deeds done by people across the world where there ISN'T a name to go with the compassion. The act may be captured in a simple image from afar or even in a description by an observer of the kindness.

Does that mean it does not count enough for an article? I don't think so. Sometimes, an image itself is enough to show you the good nature of a person, even if you cannot put a name or face to the individual.

Here are 10 such images that will bring a smile on your face, just as they lit up the receivers of these wonderful acts of kindness.   


Faith in Humanity Restored

Faith in Humanity Restored

child tying laces for another child

Faith in Humanity Restored

Faith in Humanity Restored

Faith in Humanity Restored

Faith in Humanity Restored

Faith in Humanity Restored

Faith in Humanity Restored

Faith in Humanity Restored

Faith in Humanity Restored

Like Posts with Just Images? 

Over the years, I have compiled other articles on Heroes of Kindness too that had less of my chatter and were exclusively about the images themselves. You can find them here:

The World is Not a Bad Place, the 2015 article which inspired me to keep searching for Heroes of Kindness.



Author's note:


Since 2017, every year, I take up the #BlogchatterA2Z challenge and focus on showcasing lovely real-life heroes from around the worldThe aim is to remind you that there is still plenty of good human beings all around you... to inspire you to smile once more.

Want more stories of compassion? 

I have Hundreds of 'Heroes of Kindness' to brighten your day here. Earlier editions can be viewed from the links below:

2017 edition (Articles - 40, Heroes - 67)
2018 edition (Articles - 34, Heroes - 52)
2019 edition (Articles - 31, Heroes - 42)
2020 edition (Articles - 30, Heroes - 64)


The 2020 Edition is also available as a book on Kindle too, if you want it that wayyy! (IndiaUS)

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8 comments

  1. Absolutely amazing. To the heroes who don't have names. I remember my dad needed blood after his surgery. I requested a student organisation and so many turned up. I had never seen or met them
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  2. Your posts fill me with hope and pverwhelm every single time Roshan. Thanks for doing this.
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  3. Roshan I read your posts even though I don`t always comment. They are so heartwarming. They renew my faith in humanity. God Bless you for writing about this tirelessly.

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  4. Just when everything around seems to be going to hell, posts like this really make my day. Great work!

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  5. I really felt happy seeing all the kind deeds through this post. A picture speaks more than a 1000 words

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  6. Each and everyone of the posts you shared here made me cry. There is hope for the world.

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  7. Such a great collection of heartwarming stories of these unsung heroes!! I so loved the letter by 'you don't know' friend.

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