These are the stories that inspired us this week:
- After a 23-year search, Jack Sunzeri finally found the family of a man who gave him a second chance at life.
Ninety-year-old Sunzeri received a heart transplant from a mystery donor in 1995.
Until now, he had no idea it was 44-year-old Michael, who he got to see in a family photo and whose family he got to meet for the first time.
- Kindergartner Morey Belanger received a warm welcome by classmates at her new school.
Students at Dayton Consolidated School in Maine have all learned several words in sign language, since Morey is the school's first deaf student.
- And a 32-year-old who has spina bifida doesn't let her wheelchair get in the way of her Crossfit workouts.
Sydney Mccallister decided to joined a CrossFit gym in her town last year. She picked up things quickly, so much so that she qualified to compete in an international competition for adaptive athletes.
"You can do anything if you just try," she said. "Nothing’s really impossible."
Watch the video above to learn more about these stories.