Good news in the news is hard to find. I decided to look for good news this past week and post some that I have found. It wasn’t an easy task. With so much attention on shootings, politics and crimes, it was hard to find positive stories. I have found these three stories this week to share with you:
EXPERIMENT WITH “LOST” WALLETS REVEALS THAT PEOPLE ARE SURPRISINGLY HONEST
They say honesty is the best policy — and now there’s scientific evidence to prove it.
An unconventional study that offered volunteers the chance to pocket nearly $100 found that the more people stood to gain by hiding the truth, the more likely they were to come clean.
MINUTES BEFORE GOING INTO WORK, NURSING HOME STAFFER DIVES INTO RIVER TO SAVE DRIVER FROM SINKING CAR.
Just minutes before a Maryland man was preparing to go into his workplace, he dove into a river and saved an injured driver.
Fifty-two-year-old Andrew Lunn was just about to begin his shift at the Anchorage Nursing and Rehabilitation Center when he saw a nearby driver accidentally reverse their car into the Wicomico River – and without hesitation – Lunn leaped into action.
TWO YEARS AFTER WOMAN CHANGES HOMELESS MAN’S LIFE, THEY ARE USING THEIR FRIENDSHIP TO HELP SOMEONE ELSE
Two years ago, this married mom decided to change the life of a homeless man who she regularly saw standing on a local street corner.
Not only is their friendship still going strong to this day, they are now using their story to help someone else in need.
In every day there are 1,440 minutes. That means we have 1,440 daily opportunities to make a positive impact.