Sunday, December 16, 2012

Moments from this year that restore our faith in humanity.

Parents turn their child's wheelchair in Halloween costume.
Buzzfeed has put together 26 moments that restored their faith in humanity.

Here are a few:

New York City cop buys boots for barefoot homeless man.
Man supports best friend as he relieves arthritis pain in lake.
Doctor provides free medical care after Hurricane Sandy
There are many more, and if you want to see them pleawse visit the link at the top.

I think after the last few days we can ALL benefit from a reminder of just how many good people there are in the world.


  1. Anonymous5:51 AM

    Just to let you know, John and Shoep are still ding fine. Shoep has gotten some new treatments and is still mobile. John is still Shoep's person and is doing everything for his furbaby. Truly a very special relationship with those two.

    BTW did Brisket ever find her missing dog?

    Little Rabbit

  2. Anonymous6:26 AM

    These were all amazing.

    Truly needed for the heart and soul.

  3. WakeUpAmerica8:45 AM

    I hope you post things like this on a regular basis. We need it desperately.

  4. Anonymous9:26 AM

    Thanks Gryphen, those are heart warming! Brought a smile to my face, always a good way to start the day.


  5. I had not seen the security guard at the park. That is absolutely fabulous. And I'll bet he thought of it on his own. What a great way to give that kid a special day. Such a little thing that means so much. So many lifelong memories.

    That child in the halloween costume ice cream truck. He'll remember that and many Halloweens past and future through those pictures. They will be precious to him. Because they are a tangible symbol of that intangible love of a parent. And not only are those parents teaching and showing their love, but they are also instilling in their son creativity. As he grows, he is going to takeover and start to create is own unique costumes, carrying on for his parents. That will be the best gift of all.

    BTW John and Schoep are doing just fine. His arthritis is much relieved and he is feeling much better. All of his medical bills and visits are covered.

    And this one, that always seems to be left out:

    A San Diego Cop (in my neighborhood of City Heights) bought a young boy some cookies at the McDonald's when the boy couldn't afford them. A few minutes later, the cop was gunned down in his car by a random act of violence. Like Sandy Hook, this was a mentally ill young man just looking to kills a cop.

  6. Anita Winecooler12:11 PM

    "Always look for the helpers" - Fred Rodgers

    Thanks for being a helper!
    These were cathartic, made my day!


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