Miracle Fruit

There are countless people, institutions, and organizations around the world that are doing commendable work - whose charitable spirit, kindness of heart, and generosity are changing people’s lives and even transforming entire societies. These stories are about the little miracles that happen every day, which deserve to be shared and applauded.

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Miracle Fruit

Native to West Africa, the miracle fruit got its name because it turns sour things sweet. Eureka! When eaten, the effect can last for about 30 minutes.

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