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Recently, social media has seemingly been bringing out the worst in people. Like, Instagram users drove Star Wars actress Kelly Marie Tran to delete her account, while Twitter users drove 14-year-old Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown to do the same because of demeaning comments.
But social media can still bring light into the darkness. Here are some posts that represent the light users can bring, when they choose to.
Don't let anyone try to minimize the work you do simply because they can't do it.
— MEGAN GABRIELLE ✨ (@MeganGabriellle) June 28, 2018
Improvement is hard.
We see these things everyday.
Let’s role model to promote improvement through SHOWING rather than TELLING
— ✨✨Sonia Sparkles✨✨ (@Sonia_Sparkles) June 26, 2018
You want to start exercising? Start alone. Want to start a business? Start alone. Want to start eating healthy. Start motho. Stop fearing to take on challenges on your own. Have faith in yourself. You can do it, just believe in yourself .
— MissKat💞 (@Mankatly93) June 28, 2018
— Melanin✨Diamond 👑🖤 (@KeLeb0gang) June 27, 2018
— HEATHEREIGNSFAN (@halcena13144) June 28, 2018
Don’t lose hope. YOU are the HOPE.
— Mandy Gonzalez (@_mandygonzalez) June 28, 2018
If you believe it you can achieve it! 💫
— Get Schooled (@getschooled) June 28, 2018
[🥛||☁️] resting doesn’t mean you’re lazy, it means you are smart enough to take a break when you need one. pic.twitter.com/8RcSChgvgi
— ғʟᴏᴡᴇʀʏ ᴘᴇᴏᴘʟᴇ. (@flowersilky) June 22, 2018
9 months ago, my sister was diagnosed with stage 3 triple negative cancer (which is difficult to cure) & at the same time, she found out she was pregnant. Today she gave birth to a HEALTHY baby boy. And also found out she’s CANCER FREE!!! Beyond thankful to the man above 🙏🏼💕 pic.twitter.com/ryKMWFBoD6
— Glo$tik 2.0 (@glostik_xo) May 23, 2018
CUTEST THING YOU'LL SEE ALL DAY: Every morning, these kindergartners start their day by lining up and greeting one another — with handshakes, hugs and a smile. https://abcn.ws/2L5N3AD
Posted by ABC 7 Chicago on Tuesday, May 29, 2018
When this family was going through the worst time, they decided they needed a pit bull in their lives. Today on Pittie Nation, watch how Beau helped them heal with his big, smiling face and an endless supply of pittie kisses 🐶❤️
Posted by Pittie Nation on Wednesday, April 25, 2018
While the crowd waited to see sons and daughters receive their high school diplomas, a son waited to see his father cross the stage to receive the diploma he put on hold 47 years ago in order to serve his country.
Posted by Humankind on Saturday, June 23, 2018
RANDOM ACT OF KINDNESS: 8-year-old Maurice Adams, Jr. stopped to help an elderly woman up a flight of stairs. A bystander caught the selfless act on camera. https://abcn.ws/2IXLRCY
Posted by ABC 7 Chicago on Thursday, May 31, 2018