I just read an inspiring and uplifting article. A snippet:
“Every day, another 250,000 people graduate from extreme poverty, according to World Bank figures. About 300,000 get electricity for the first time. Some 285,000 get their first access to clean drinking water. When I was a boy, a majority of adults had always been illiterate, but now more than 85 percent can read.”
I saw the link to the article at Leo @ Not All News is Bad.
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Thanks for the great link. It’s my kind of website! I’m always looking for positives. I’m going to repost this.
Thank you for helping to spread good news and the sources of same, Jan. So much goodness and kindness goes unreported that many people are under the mistaken impression that these are some of the darkest times in history when in fact by many standards they are among the brightest.
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I’m always looking for positives. Aren’t you? Thank you, Russ Towne, for this link.
how powerful and humbling. we must always have gratitude and take nothing for granted.
Always. In all ways.
I appreciate Beth’s comment….and your response. Thank you for the good news Russ.
Thank you, Colleen. I appreciate yours.