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Believe It Or Not, Over The Last Few Months In My Area, I Have Seen Improvements In The Way People Are Relating, When Shopping Etc Apart From Some (there are always the few of-course). People Are Showing Empathy And Courtesy In Public Places - Some Are Interested To Exchange A Few Words And Sometimes A Little Laughter Or Smile. Yes, In Some Places At This Time, We Are Actually Experiencing A Sense Of Connectedness Amidst Restrictions Which Are Imposed For The Safety And Benefit Of ALL.
I have been doing some research recently on managing through this time, for my Readers and Visitors.
Some have enjoyed my page "WAYS TO BRIGHTEN THE COMING MONTHS" in a Hope/Comfort In 2020 menu on my Health and Inspirations website HERE Do Enjoy!…
I CAME ACROSS THIS STORY ON ONE OF OUR UNASSUMING ELDERLY CITIZENS FROM 2018. THIS ARTICLE SAYS SHE LIVED A MODEST LIFE AND THE CHARITIES ARE OVERCOME BY HER BENEVOLENT GESTURE. THE HELICOPTER RESCUE SERVICE, WORLD VISION AND RSPCA WERE THREE OF THEM. SHE HAS BEEN SINGLE ALL HER LIFE AND LOVED GIVING TO CHARITIES - THANK YOU LETTERS WERE OFTEN SENT.
Woman Who Led Modest Life Stuns 15 Charities By Dividing Her $14 Million Estate Among Them By Andy Corbley
In sunny New South Wales, Australia, Sheila Woodcock 87 passed away in May of 2018 fulfilled, having spent a private life enjoying travel, horticulture, chocolate, animal companionship, and acting.
Unmarried and without kids, Sheila had several close personal friendships throughout her long life.…
This Is Such An Endearing Story From 14 Years Ago About A Young Australian Man Who Came Back From England In Need Of A Good Hug..... He Started Giving Free Hugs Away And Made A Difference In Lives Including His Own. There Is A Video Link At The End Of This Page.Don't miss it.
I LOVE THIS STORY
Lonely From Social Distancing? Here is One of Our Favourite Videos of Humanity Hugging It Out.
By Good News Network -April 16th 2020
It has been almost 14 years since Australian man Juan Mann
first stood in a city square with a large cardboard sign that read “Free
Hugs”—but his iconic campaign has left a lasting imprint on the world.…