I can admit, I always feel that there is no hope for mankind. Sometimes, though, people can change that aspect towards life. Unfortunately, it a lot of times takes a horrid situation for that to happen. I have seen quiet a few incidents in which bystanders will thoughtlessly get involved to help someone in need.
Here’s one example:
Another soon after:
These videos show a chain reaction. One person rushes to help, and others immediately follow. It’s great to see such positive outcomes. Always remember that you, yourself, are capable of being the one to start a chain of a positive outcome, too. We all need to stop following bad paths just because it’s what everyone else is doing, and start a new, better one, instead.
There are other instances in which people come together in support/aid of a stranger. Straying away from the countless examples, I’ll go a more current, personal route. A couple months ago, someone shared a link on my Facebook homepage for ‘Team Morgan’ After clicking on the page and getting a brief overview of the purpose, I gladly ‘Liked’ the page in support. At that time, the goal was to get three thousand ‘Likes’. Well, in no time that night, it went beyond that. I was happy to see the page take off from there. It’s a truly inspiring story of a girl, Morgan, with her battle with brain cancer. Because of her fight and optimism, she pulled many people from all different areas in the nation to come together for her cause, especially in her own home town. Her story/fight certainly touched me as well as many others. We take life for granted and the health we have, too. She had the worst card dealt to her, but played it the best she could with a smile on her face. I recommend taking a look at her page, ‘Liking’ it in support, and reading about her story and seeing the impact her journey has made here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Team-Morgan/263836563663655
Sometimes, it takes instances like this to make me feel as if there is some kind of hope left in this world. I wish everyone would hear Ellen Degeneres’s closing words after each show to “be kind to one another”. We should all respect each others’ lives and help out in any way we can, whether it is someone close to you, or a complete stranger. Please stop supporting terrible things like Jersey Shore, and “Like” something with a purpose, is inspiring, and is positive, instead.