Watch These Kids Find A Way To Ease World Hunger In Under 2 Minutes

If only the world would approach hunger like two kids at a kitchen table. In a social experiment by advocacy group Action Against Hunger, 20 children paired off in groups were told to wait near plates with serving covers over them. For more information on how to take action against world hunger go here. 

‘Homeless’ Man Gives People Cash In Eye-Opening Experiment

One YouTuber is hoping his 5.3 million subscribers start challenging social hierarchies and their effect on how we treat one another.

In the video above, Yousef Saleh Erakat set out to see if passers-by in Los Angeles would accept money from a homeless person. According to the YouTuber, their reactions were less than favorable.

Watch the full video and see the people who stopped and helped the homeless man. 

I’m in the process of learning how to let go when I’m in situation where I’m giving of myself more than the other person is. For me, I just love. That’s my mode. That’s how I navigate the terrains of my relationships. But there’s a line between loving and honoring myself and loving and dishonoring myself. If you’re in a situation where you’re giving, loving, sharing and you’re not being appreciated or receiving the degrees and measures to that you’re have to remove yourself from the situation. What seems so beautiful to love dauntlessly becomes painful when you hold on to a dishonorable circumstance.
I am still
learning the art
of giving
but not letting others take.
I wonder if you felt it
deep in the dusty corners of your heart
when I finally
let you go.
Know that I am indifferent,
so far from love or hate
seeing you no longer
lights fires or hushes flames.
You are just another face.
—  Michelle K., You Are Just Another Face.

Anonymous ‘Spider-Man’ Feeds Homeless At Night, Proves Anyone Can Be A Superhero For Change

A U.K. man is donating his nights to making sure that those in need don’t go hungry.
By day, this 20-year-old man from Birmingham, England, who wishes to remain anonymous, is a bartender. But by night, he dons a Spider-Man suit and takes to the streets to feed homeless people. 
The “Birmingham Spider-Man,” as he is known, says that he hopes his work will show others that everyone deserves a helping hand – no matter their situation. Read our exclusive interview with the “Birmingham Spider-Man” here. 
The relationship is never fully on and never fully off. I feel at the end, without giving too much away, it’s not an ending, it’s a beginning of sorts. At the same time, it’s gray. In a way, they’ll never be able to shake each other off for the rest of their lives. They’ll always be a part of each other, no matter what they do or who they get with, whether they’re with each other or not. That sort of frames that feeling of helplessness, of not understanding fully what it is, which is sort of the most heartbreaking thing.
—  Director on the ending of ‘Like Crazy’