A Daily "Thought"

11/30/2012

Remaining Hopeful Ever More.......

 I began the day thinking about our World.    I first got "wind" of this selfless Officer's act of kindness as I made my daily "virtual rounds" on Facebook.  Whether we like it or not, Facebook is the defacto "Virtual Town Square" of the World.   I use it to "virtually" keep my ear to the Ground on the World.   

I wrote about this earlier on Facebook...The words I wrote speak for themselves.   It is through the selfless acts of such wonderful souls that there will be hope for our World despite all the challenges that it faces in the here and now..and that there are indeed those out there who are in dire straits..but the need to hope and remain hopeful remains crucial ever more:

I was, like many around World, moved by his act of compassion and appreciate Commisioner Kelly awarding him cufflinks as he did!! The officer noted a true thought to remember and be really thankful for all the blessings...about being grateful and appreciative..I salute this officer for his gracious act of compassion and all who give selflessly every day...I have the honor to know many of them...including Elizabeth McKoy Morgan, Cathy Romagnano Joyce Easton & many many others in Scouting, in the PTA, the City of Laguna Niguel's PACT Team, CERT Team, Churches....what makes our Society ever more better...especially as we celebrate holidays....wishing all a great rest of the day and for friends in the US...a great w-end...
It's Pay it Forward Friday! 
Check out this news story about a NYC police officer that bought a pair of boots for a homeless man: http://ar.gy/2fl3

The police officer told the New York Times, "that he keeps the receipt for the boots in his vest to remind him 'that sometimes people have it worse.'"

Watch an interview with the policeman here: 
http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2012/11/29/new-york-cops-act-of-kindness-goes-viral/

Today's Pay it Forward Challenge: 
Random act of kindness - do one thing today to make a different in someone's life, and then tell us how it went.

Check out this news story about a NYC police officer that bought a pair of boots for a homeless man: http://ar.gy/2fl3

The police officer told the New York Times, "that he keeps the receipt for the boots in his vest to remind him 'that sometimes people have it worse.'"
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