During these nervous times, we need to remind ourselves that there are good people (and dogs) doing good things intros world!
It’s been a rough couple of weeks … 2 hurricanes slammed the continental U.S., another even stronger one devastated the archipelago of Puerto Rico. Four major earthquakes have hit Mexico so far this month. Political upheaval and controversy reigned, not only here in the U.S. but around the globe. We all need to look to something positive, look at those people who thumb their noses at trouble and just roll up their sleeves and get down to the business of helping others. Today’s ‘good people’ are those who take the meaning of the word ‘community’ seriously, who believe that we are all in this together and we need to set aside differences to help one another.
Julius Hatley is 95-years-young, a World War II veteran, and lives alone in Ft. Worth, Texas. At the beginning of summer, back in June, Mr. Hatley’s central air-conditioning as well as a smaller window…
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Great post, and the first story made me cry. So many ‘what if’s’ – the first is the fact that he followed his instincts/inner drive to make that phone call… Without the request for help, the entire chain of events would never have happened…
Now the world cherishes this amazing man!
It was my favorite as well.