A lot of times Sikhs have proved that humanity still prevail and that they make the world a better place. One of the incidents proves that there is still humanity on earth and people will always stand up for the other. Recently, a 29-year-old Indian-origin Sikh man by the name of Manjeet Singh jumped into Kings river, California to rescue three children who were swept away in the water. Two eight-year-old girls and a 10-year-old boy were playing in the Kings River when they were swept under the river by the current. Manjeet jumped into the river without thinking twice to save the kids as he was standing there only and saw the kids trying to save their lives. After Manjeet jumped in, other bystanders saw it and helped pull out the children to safety. Unfortunately, Manjeet was not found. After 40 minutes, Singh was found underwater and unresponsive. He was pulled out and transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. He sacrificed his life for those three kids and restored the faith in humanity.