Bill & Glad – A Love Story (Click for Video)
Bill and Glad are two soul mates sharing their love story in this very touching video. They met as children when he was nine and she was eight. They eventually married and will celebrate 50 years of marriage this year.
A few years ago Glad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Now Bill must do many things for her that she cannot. Bill views this as a tremendous privilege. He says, “She’s my princess and I’m her William and I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
I Like Adoption (click for video)
The Dennehy’s have adopted nine children from around the world- many of them with special needs. When they started adopting, friends told them that they would ruin their lives. And while they had no experience raising special needs kids, they found that by giving unconditional love that the kids blossomed.
Watch their inspiring story in this short video produced by ILikeGiving.com.
Wright’s Law – A Unique Teacher Imparts Real Life Lessons (video)
Jeffery Wright is a beloved physics teacher at Louisville Male Traditional High School in Louisville, KY. His wacky antics like holding fire in his hand and lying on a bed of nails with a cinder block on his chest while a student hits it with sledgehammer help his students learn a usually less entertaining subject.
The Love Competition
In this very interesting video, filmmaker Brent Hoff and neuroscientists at Stanford teamed up to have the first ever “Love Competition.” The premise is that six people will be put into fMRI machines and love as hard as they can for five minutes. Then brain regions that produce the neurochemical experience of love are measured. The contestant who generates the greatest amount of activity in the region wins. The contestants ranged in age from ten to seventy-five. The winner might surprise you.
This is an endearing story about Ace and her brother Archie who has Down syndrome. Ace doesn’t understand why people treat him different. To her, he is just her brother. They are an adorable duo who clearly love each other. Ace wants to share her message with the world! Here’s to Ace, Archie and all those who love someone or who live with Down syndrome.