Granted there’s so many news, issues and conflicts in the world today that break our hearts, rage our anger, and sadden our souls, it’s perfectly logical for us to give up hope on humanity’s goodness and kindness.
But let us not forget the things that did not make it to the front pages and news channels.
Everyday little things that make life worth living: A mother’s laughter, a hug, a ‘yes’ answer, a chocolate bar, a father’s drop of sweat, a stare from a boy, a selfless choice, a text of good news, a doctor smiling, a giggle of an infant.
I always try to remember those things everytime I get overwhelmed by the cruel and depressing news from all over the world.
Not that I want to run away from reality, but to put things more fairly, that despite the ugly things that make the headlines, there’s still a lot of good things happening in all corners of the world, sometimes only captured silently by the security cameras.
Let’s not forget that. Let’s be fair.
Such a beautiful video. I don’t care if it’s a commercial video (an ad), but it says a point very clearly.
Do you guys know the hilarious Raditya Dika? A fab young writer I only have the pleasure of knowing online. Then again, most writers are not fun in outside of paper :D He wrote this, and I think it’s one of the modern love letters that we could still use in this day and age.
That’s the slogan at TED. Well, the exact slogan is “Ideas worth spreading.” I’ve heard about this TED thing a couple years back, all I knew back then that it was some sort of conference. I bumped into their site from one of the blogs that I read, and it sure is a treasure to […]