20 heartening photos restoring our faith in humanity during quarantine

These times of self-isolation are quite challenging for every one of us.

The world has never been the same since the beginning of the quarantine. Yet, kindness and humanity are still living in the hearts of many people willing to help others however they can.

Here are 20 heartwarming pictures showing people’s empathy and goodness during the lockdown.

1. A heart-melting serenade.

2. Karma always has its ways.

3. A wholesome WhatsApp group.

4. We need more teachers like this one.

5. “You welcomed me in your country for 10 years. Today I return my favor to you.”

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6. The happiness in this man’s eyes is priceless!

7. Man in Morristown, NJ thanks ER nurses for saving his wife’s life.

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8. Grandaughter telling grandpa of her engagement.

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9. Children amaze us every single day!

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10. Closed football clubs are still encouraging kids to keep active by giving away equipment.

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11. Being kind in the lockdown in the most British way possible!

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12. “My mom is in complete isolation on her 50th since she is immunocompromised.

My little brother texted her this morning to look out the window before letting the dog out.”

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13. “My little sister learned to sew so she could make face masks after a hospital made a post asking for them.”

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14. “An elderly neighbor is giving away these plants to passers by.”

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15. Help is on the way!

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16. A liquor company transitioned to making a hand sanitizer and sent the first 1000 liters to the RCMP for free.

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17. This gas station is helping the elderly in need.

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18. “I want people to have a happy birthday even though they can’t see their friends or have a birthday party.”

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19. “Grateful for stories like this and community in a bleak time.”

20. A 13-year-old is offering his help to neighbors in need.

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