(CNN)Here's a money-saving tip: If you want to have fun and do some good in the world, lend someone a hand. Most of the time, it's completely free. If you think about it, kindness is kind of its own renewable energy source, and this week was full of people putting their endless stores of kindness on turbo-max mode. We dare you to read on and not feel newly energized yourself.
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A much-needed lost and found
There's only so much you can take when you're trying to escape the path of a tornado -- and for survivors, that means precious, irreplaceable memories can be blown away. However, a woman in Beauregard, Alabama, created a Facebook group to help survivors of the deadly tornadoes find their lost trinkets and treasures and help others do the same. People are using it as a place to gather and support each other -- and yes, there have definitely been some happy reunions. One woman managed to recover some family photos, and the president of a local Christian motorcycle club was reunited with his beloved black motorcycle vest.