Faith in Humanity

I love feel-good stories.  When people can be kind to one another and go out of their way to help each other out, it makes me feel very warm and fuzzy inside.

I’m not a religious person.  As far as I’m concerned, living by ‘The Golden Rule’ is all that’s necessary for me:  Do unto others as you would have others do unto you”.  That’s the only rule or commandment I need.

I believe that if others followed that Golden Rule by helping out one another in time of need or by taking that extra step in order to make someone’s life or day a little easier, by being a little less selfish and a little more tolerant, wouldn’t the world be a much happier, safer and better place to live?

I can’t stand listening to the news.  All the crap and violence and injustice of the world is shoved down our throats on a daily basis.  Random senseless shootings, horrific domestic violence, impending nuclear war!   WTF??

So I created this little corner of the web to spread the realization that there is still good in the world; that people still care for each other and are inherently compassionate.

My posts here are not long, but I hope they speak to you and make you feel warm and encourage you to think positively about others and help to spread the love that we all need to share a little more of.

Please feel free to share your own short stories in the comment section below.  We can never hear enough about people being kind to one another.

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