We all know that there are many natural disasters that happen in this world from time to time including earthquakes, volcanoes, and bonfires, which are one of the worst natural disasters. The last bonfires that have started in December in Australia and are still raging have taken more than 400 million animals' lives and unfortunately the number is still growing without any sight to stop nearly.
Thankfully, these disasters always come with heroes that do what they can to save as many lives as they can. This story speaks about a hero teenager who helped injured baby Kangaroo. The hero teenager directly took the Kangaroo who was badly burnt, from the New South Wales and showered it with love and water.
Unfortunately, the bonfires in Australia have taken more than 20 humans lives and more than 500,000,000 animals’ lives. They have also damaged more than 1,400 homes. Andrew Constance, The New South Wales Transport Minister, reported to the ABC that it is an atomic bomb, it is not just a bushfire he also added that he wishes it will end soon.
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Autism – a difficult challenge
Having autism is difficult but having a kid who has autism
is even harder and challenging for the parents. One day you get the reports
that your kid is getting violent at the school and the next day you hear that
he is not socializing. One thing is clear that kids with Autism are not able to
express their feelings to other people.
Stuart Chaifetz put a tape recorder in his son’s pocket to learn the truth. The teacher of the kid was so ignorant and sick that Stuart even heard him bullying his son and calling him a "bastard”. Stuart was brave and wise enough to share the video on YouTube to spread awareness among people and also to uncover the face of a monster. Surely, he is a terrible example of a teacher and we hope that he gets suspended soon enough.