We All Want the Same Thing, Don’t We? #BeTheChange

I wonder if this is true, do you think that we all want the same thing?

Love

Peace

Freedom

Tolerance

Compassion

Understanding

BeTheChange

I could cite so many examples of what is troubling America, but instead, I prefer to take a different route, to focus on the positive. Positive action can be the catalyst to real change.

I have learned that when I let go of the worrying, I open myself to better circumstances. It’s a positive-negative magnetic occurrence. Be positive, good things come our way. Be negative and your world be as dark as your mood.

The best news story I watched this week was from Boise Police Department. Boise police chief visits with people on the greenbelt demonstrated how important it is to reach out to citizens. Boise Police Chief Bill Bones and Boise Parks and Recreation Director Doug Holloway rode their bikes on the Boise Greenbelt Friday to meet and visit with people. I had no idea that Chief Bones is a regular on the greenbelt. Impressive. Right?

Another story was of a group of inmates that helped their guard get medical attention after a heart attack. This one gave me a chuckle and yet warmed my heart. They went out on a limb, and they were in jail. See, people do care!

Pictures tell a thousand words and the photograph of two Dallas police officers posing with a demonstrator clearly shows everyone present were eager for peace. See it here on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DallasPD/status/751222360867418112

Last but not least, this eloquent father said what this nation needed to hear Kudos to Kellon Nixon, kudos to you.

Don’t let the bad guys win.

#BeTheChange

#lifelesson #bepositive #healingnation

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