Perhaps not all warm and fuzzy, but at least positive
Check out some links that may make you feel better instead of worse about the world we're living in:
--Evangelist Tim Lee, who lost both legs as a Marine in Vietnam, is making a return trip, taking some fellow veterans with him.
...it was 37 years ago that Mr. Lee stepped on that land mine in Vietnam – enough time, he said, to have healed not only physically but also spiritually.
His faith won't let him be bitter.
"If I could find the man who set the land mine, I'd tell him I love him," said the Rev. Tim Lee, 58, who lost his legs as a Marine in the Vietnam War. "If I could find the man who set the land mine, I'd tell him I love him," he said.
--Encouraging innocence: (From PluggedInOnline's Culture Clips):
QUOTE: "Hold onto that innocence because it is so beautiful, and cherish it because it's priceless—once it's gone, you can't get it back. I think it's important for all women, young girls as well as adults, to love what you see when you look in the mirror, to love your hearts." —fifth-season American Idol finalist Kellie Pickler, whose latest country single, "Don't You Know You're Beautiful," includes these lines: "Hey there little homecoming queen in that back seat/I bet his brown eyes are promising you everything/And I know you want to be just like your friends/ ... But if those girls were being honest that have been where you're at/I bet they'll tell you they wish they had their innocence back."
--Now this one is heartwarming: An Iraqi puppy is re-united with the American soldier who rescued him.
--And finally...at least this is always guaranteed to bring a smile to MY face...a picture of my grandson, Payton (taken while visiting his other grandparents in Idaho.):
Please add your links to happy, encouraging and/or positive stories in my comments section! I think we all could use some good news.