Stories that include actions of kindness with pure intentions from random strangers are not only heartwarming but also give us hope for humanity. Read the story of an adorable Massachusetts boy who gets visited by strangers dressed up as superheroes to keep him company during his recovery.
Quinn Waters is an adorable young man who loves playing outside with his mates just like any other kid his age. But after going through major surgery Quinn has been stuck inside his bedroom for a long time now with the window only serving the link to connect him to the outside world.
The little man nicknamed as “Mighty Quinn” has been fighting medulloblastoma, a rare form of brain cancer since the age of 3. Since then, Mighty Quinn has gone through multiple rounds of surgeries including chemotherapy and stem cell transplant. Quinn is still in recovery and has been restricted off from the outside world for some time now. But thankfully he has visitors on the other side of the glass who make sure to entertain the young man.
The Massachusetts boy started having company outside his window just as he returned from the hospital. Initially, his guests for entertainment were only his family members. But when his mom Tara’s co-workers at the Quincy Police Department got to know about Quinn's condition, they paid a little visit to the young man and even turned on their sirens for him.
When Tara posted the video on her social media, she had no idea that she will receive such a heartwarming response from the strangers. People offered Tara to drop by her place to say hi to her son and even offered to dress up like superheroes, play music, or put on theatrical shows from his lawn.
To add more fun to it, the local firefighters visited Quinn and even let the young boy try on their helmet. Now, these little acts of kindness are something that not only makes your heart feel warm but also makes you restore your faith in humanity.