It’s hard to imagine that the level of compassion and kindness is rising in the world. Especially now, with all of the unsettling news around the world shared on the news reports. It’s upsetting, stressful, and confusing to bear. It’s encouraging when we hear about people coming together to assist those in desperate need or do something that helps the world environment.
The world has begun to think of themselves less as countries and communities and more as global leaders. The assistance of social media has allowed individuals and groups to share and connect in ways that which unite us.
When people or animal lives are in a state of crisis, it’s great when we hear of individuals coming together volunteering to help. In Florida, last July 4th, a group of people came together to comfort sheltered animals during the fireworks display. It was a wonderful thing for both groups as the animals were cuddled and comforted, and the people were loved back by these helpless animals.
A group of 633 divers got together and helped to clean up the ocean floor off of the Deerfield Beach pier in Florida. They donned wetsuits and went diving with the explicit purpose of collecting trash from the ocean floor. It was a great success! They raised over 1600 pounds of trash — just another example of good news to help the global community feel better.
As a collective, we are becoming more positive and compassionate to our world and each other. It helps us to hear the positive news when mainstream news shares so much negativity.
Currently, the majority of the world is suffering, and dramatic changes are taking place, with economic sacrifices to save lives. So many people are suffering. Yet so many people have come forward that are willing to help those in need.
Neighbors are checking up on the elderly and doing their shopping. Charity organizations are popping up to help families in need. Friends helping each other.
In Portugal, a newspaper reported that a group of British residents started a fundraiser in the Algarve to raise money to buy medical supplies for the hospitals. Initially composed of Britons and then Portuguese citizens, as well as other nationalities. They raised a whopping 360,000 Euros.
People are singing and playing musical instruments out windows and doors from their homes, which created an awesome vibe and kept the people’s spirits up.
Did the people in your country show appreciation by clap for the frontline people? How awesome was that!
People are coming together in stressful situations. If you have a story, you would like to share with us. Please email us.
FAITH RESTORED IN HUMANITY <3