Continents and cultures apart, disabled athletes Emmanuel Yeboah and Jim MacLaren overcome tremendous obstacles and forge a mutually inspirational friendship. (KarmaTube)
Tokyo's Toshiro Kanamori teaches his fourth-grade class unconventional lessons in cooperation, compassion and sharing powerful emotions. (KarmaTube)
Citizens rally behind a grassroots volunteer effort to eradicate 10,000 tons of garbage from their country's forests ... in one afternoon. (KarmaTube)
Scott Wade, the "DaVinci of Dirt," creates impermanent paintings with the dust on the windows of his Mini Cooper. (KarmaTube / Texas Country Reporter)
Paul "Moose" Curtis uses the dirt of the urban landscape as a backdrop for creating his unique public art. (Karma Tube)
As Tom Hanks' character reminded his all-women's team in "A League of Their Own," there's no crying in baseball. Here's the exception.
Ingida Asfaw came to the U.S. at 16, with a dream to bring medical care to his native Ethopia. Here's how the renowned Detroit heart surgeon has succeeded.
Author Karen Armstrong inspires a collaborative global project to recognize that the Golden Rule is fundamental to all world religions.
New Zealand's Peter Donnelly spends hours creating detailed beach paintings that disappear a few hours later as the tide returns. (KarmaTube)
What goes on inside the head of savant Daniel Tammet, who can calculate Pi to 22,500 digits and learn a language in a week?