I ran across three uplifting news articles today and decided to share another We Are the World Blogfest post in addition to the one I previously published August 25.
A 5-year-old boy battling neuroblastoma had the chance to become Batman for a day, thanks to a Justice League themed photo shoot that transformed cancer-stricken kids into superheroes.
Read about it here and enjoy the heartwarming video included in the article. Kids Battling Rare Diseases Become Superheroes.
Speaking of heroes, a Tennessee police officer was caught red-handed paying for a citizens gasoline in Kind Cop Pays for Man’s Gas. I’m happy someone noticed (kudos to Knoxville resident Travis Van Norstran). I appreciate you, Officer Zack Herman. You acted honorably and with generousity.
And if those two stories don’t make you smile, check this one out after you take your pulse. Teen Thanks Dad for Being His Superhero.
Despite the water devastation Hurricane Harvey dumped or the 30 people shot in Chicago over the weekend or the … forget it, you get the idea. There ARE plenty of good people out there acting responsibly and kindly, if we take the time to search them out.
Thanks for reading this post. My readers are loyal and I value each of you!
Have a great week,
What’s #WATWB mean, anyway? Social media and news in recent times is often negative and hate filled. In an effort to counter that negativity, “We Are The World Blogfest” seeks to promote positive news in order to showcase LOVE, resilience and the power of the human spirit.
Once monthly, participating bloggers post stories that increase our awareness of hope in our increasingly dark world. Our blog co-hosts for August are Simon Falk, Roshan Radhakrishnan, Inderpreet Uppal, Lynn Hallbrooks, Eric Lahti, and Mary J Giese.
If you’re a blogger, you can click here to read the guidelines and sign up , then join us by writing your own #WATWB post. It’s a bloghop occurring the final Friday of each month.
Christian author and inspirational speaker of truth that makes the darkness tremble. Author of two non-fiction books.