Runner praised for helping legally blind competitor who fell
A New York high school cross-country athlete is being praised for stopping to help a vision-impaired runner who had fallen as they neared the finish line. Syracuse.com reports that Cazenovia High School sophomore Jake Tobin only had about 320 yards (292 meters) to go in the boys' junior varsity race during ...
Blind Athlete Achieves Dream: Hiking Grand Canyon
Paralympic cyclist Shawn Cheshire achieves goal of hiking rim-to-rim in Grand Canyon
The poor man, the thief and the inspiration of virtue (Video)
Fan Yuanyan grew up in a poor family in the Northern and Southern Dynasties (420 AD - 589 AD). He made a living by growing vegetables. One day, when he was heading out the door, he spotted someone stealing vegetables from his field. He went back into the house and told ...
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