January 7, 2015

White Dog and the White Dog Army Wonderful World Wednesday

White Dog pressed up against me. The newsfeed was filled with anger and violence and discontent. Only a week into a new year and it was clear that not much had changed.

"Sometimes, momma," WD said sadly, "it seems that a truly wonderful world of harmony and acceptance and love of all things will NEVER happen. You humans will destroy the world long before."

I held her in my lap and clicked to this video. I reminded her that kindness is not dead. It is everywhere. And sometimes--there just happens to be a camera there to capture it. (Mostly, in reality, these moments are private and ephemeral and never see the light of applause or recognition).

"Watch this," I told her. "NEVER worry or lose faith in humankind because there are always the kind-hearted and compassionate. Making a difference. Creating little bits of wonderful."

Published on Jul 26, 2014 www.AnimalsAus.org/t
At a time when tragedy dominates world affairs, it’s easy to despair at the path some ‘leaders’ have led us down. But if you’re worried about losing faith in humankind, despair not: we have the antidote. Cue happy tears … Restore your faith in humanity in 4 minutes flat

Here's to you — the kind-hearted

All Credits in full to https://www.facebook.com/TMRock.in please check out their site and facebook page! I am not sure whom has made this movie but I thank them and on behalf of them I share this, we need more of this more love, more heart, more humanety. And this reminds us of whom we are.


Mr. Pip said...

Hope everyone will watch this ...gives us much hope for basic goodness and kindness ...

How Sam Sees It said...

I think the world looks like a sad place because that is what the news reports. They never tell you about things like this, or the followers - the folks that come after a disaster and make it all better. My Dad used to say that we needed evil in the world to make us see the good and remind us that it's always there, but most people are blind to the good.

Monty and Harlow

Random Felines said...

very true....while the bad gets the most news, it is good to remember that there ARE people out there doing good....not for the money or the fame but because it is the right thing to do.