The r/gatesopencomeonin subreddit's members share and celebrate instances of people being nice to each other and having one another's back.
It's far too easy to focus on everything going wrong around us and lose sight of the blessings and opportunities we've been presented with. Especially now, with the internet delivering one piece of bad news after another, pretty much every day, many of us have been experiencing feelings of anxiety and despair at the state of the world. To give you a brief respite from it, today we bring to you wholesome posts from the r/gatesopencomeonin subreddit where its 356,000 members share and celebrate instances of people being nice to each other and having one another's back.
Here are 25 heartwarming posts shared to the popular Reddit community to brighten your day:
My 73-year-old aunt wrote a poem about my pronouns in her church writing group and it’s the sweetest thing pic.twitter.com/ROat6kdwPI— Theo Lorenz (@TheoNicole) May 21, 2018
Nothing; they are reading about the paintings in the room on the museum app, for greater context on the art they’ve been viewing.— Heather Anne Campbell (@heathercampbell) December 8, 2019
I’m tired of people vilifying smart phones; they contain the collected knowledge of all human beings. They’re the library of Alexandria. https://t.co/FvhrDMvPC7
Anyone can be tired.— Emme Reynolds (@TheEmmeReynolds) November 2, 2019
You don't need to have kids, work 80 hours a week, have just finished your third degree, or have just recovered from a bad illness.
You don't have to prove to anyone why you're exhausted and tired. I hope you can get some rest and feel better soon.
I’ve been seeing a lot of tweets shaming kids for hearing Running Up That Hill for the first time on Stranger Things, as if we all didn’t hear Bohemian Rhapsody for the first time in Wayne’s World.— Graham Skipper (@GrahamSkipper) June 10, 2022