Jim O’Connor is a hard-nosed math teacher at St. Francis School near Los Angeles; not what his students would call “warm and fuzzy.” But watch this inspiring video as his students find out about his alter ego, who volunteers at a local children’s hospital several days a week to comfort babies, with love and affection. Pretty amazing.
Shining light on our faith, politics and culture.
Ever wonder how important it is for baby and mama to have some together time, right after giving birth? Yeah, we don’t know the half of it. Just watch this baby’s incredible reaction when the doctor tries to separate them. “Ain’t gonna happen, buddy!” Check it out, it’s beyond adorable:
Snow Rollers – Super cool natural phenomenon going on in Ohio right now. Photo by Miranda Granche. See more Snowrollers here, shared by the Columbus Dispatch in Columbus, Ohio.
Love it, love it, love it.
We are still sovereign people with freedom, constitutional rights and Gods gift of life, free will and salvation. We as a people, as a movement have grown to an Biblical movement of uprising from tyranny and evil that is beyond control of any man.
Best guinea pig interview. Ever.
Not Impossible’s “Project Daniel: uses 3D printers to make prosthetic arms for children ravaged by war in South Sudan
Not Impossible, LLC Taps Into the Innovation Community to Transform Lives and Revolutionize Healthcare by Facilitating DIY, Open-Source Technology Collaborations, and Compelling Action via Inspiring Content
A Venice, California media and technology company is using 3D printing to provide hands and arms for amputees in South Sudan and the war-torn Nuba Mountains. In November, 2013, Not Impossible printed a prosthetic hand that allowed a teenager to feed himself for the first time in two years.
Project Daniel is the second life-changing project that Not Impossible has unveiled. In 2010, company CEO & founder Mick Ebeling spearheaded the creation of the Eyewriter, eye-tracking glasses with free, open-source software that enabled a renowned graffiti artist paralyzed by ALS to draw and communicate using only his eyes.