Are you feeling defeated at this point in your life? Do you have 5 minutes to spare me? Click to watch the inspiring video based on the true story of a group of children in Koh Panyee, a little island in the south of Thailand. It is a floating village in the middle of the sea that has not an inch of soil. The children there loved to watch football but they had no place to play or practice. Guess what they did?
“Today bought something very interesting.” That was the start of my little discussion with my friend last night; she bought two necklaces yesterday and she was showing me the picture of them and telling me excitedly that the gold inside the glass necklace moves or rather floats.
Based on two true stories of two beautiful women that will deeply touch you. Choose understanding over judging another; our job is to love people, not to judge them.
How was your last day of 2013? Did it end with spectacular fireworks display? For some, you are probably still waiting to usher in the new year. I hope you have had or are having a wonderful time with your loved ones on the last day of 2013.
Couldn’t have said it better than Harper Lee! Who are we to judge another? Like Lee said, ” … until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” And when we do, I believe we wouldn’t be passing any judgement on the person. Something which I read somewhere before, “Walk a mile in my shoes. See what I see. Hear what I hear. Feel what I feel. Then, maybe you’ll understand why I do what I do. Till then, don’t judge me.”
Winning is always somewhat sweeter, heartwarming and life changing when we take time to help others to win in life. What this group of teenage football player did is simply inspiring!
Glen James, a homeless man living in Boston, may not be homeless anymore after he promptly returned over $40,000 in lost money; consisting of $2,400 in cash and $39,500 in travelers checks, which he found at the South Bay Mall in Dorchester on Saturday evening.