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Five Acts of Internet Charity That Prove We're Not All Bad

Here at Cheezburger, we love to show you fun pictures of goofy cats, memes, and pratfalls, but this week we also want to share with you how the internet has been a vehicle for public good in recent years. Our friends over at Know Your Meme have collected some of the most heartwarming acts of internet charity, and as a part of our Restoring Faith in Humanity Week we're sharing them with you!

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He goes everywhere with the soon-to-be eight-grader [Rachel Benke], including accepting awards at school, celebrating birthdays, and even on the school track where he one day sprung into action. "Her aide was holding Taxi on the side and he just started pulling away from the aide as hard as he could trying to get to Rachel," [Theresa] Benke said. She said once they got her inside, Rachel had a grand mal seizure, and Taxi wouldn't leave the girl's side. "I don't know how Taxi new this, but he wouldn't let anyone near her until the paramedics arrived,"- KHOU 11.
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Humanity of the Day: 'What I Be' Project Reveals Insecurities With Remarkable Photography

How would you complete the following statement? "I am not my __." That is exactly what photographer Steve Rosenfield asks of his subjects in his recent project, "What I Be." Completing this statement requires us to reveal our deepest and most anxiety-triggering insecurities such as body image, disabilities, and abuse. The result of the project is an intimate analysis of the struggles that human beings have dealt with for ages.

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