News stories about people doing good things are common in all types of media. They are such a nice break from all the stories about war, disease, disasters and tragedies that we wanted to pass on a few of our favorites. We can all use a little more sunshine and happiness, right? Share them with your friends and family!
In today’s blog, Julian Omidi talks about a special Girl Scout Troop that went out of their way to help a woman who lost her home, and discusses how much these gestures can mean. It’s not every day you hear about children going out of their way to help adults. Children are typically the one […]Read More >>
In today’s blog, Julian Omidi highlights a kind and noble gesture performed by the Greenfield Milwaukee Fire Department, and discusses the importance of helping those in need during bad winter weather. This past week brought massive amounts of snow to large parts of the country. Such conditions can be hazardous for drivers, but can be […]Read More >>
In today’s blog, humanitarian Julian Omidi recognizes the heroics of star athlete Vince Wilfork, who rescued a woman from an automobile accident on his way home. In this day and age, many famous celebrities take their success and popularity for granted. Last week, however, Vince Wilfork, a star defensive tackle for the New England Patriots, proved that […]Read More >>
In today’s blog, humanitarian Julian Omidi highlights a Boston teacher who donated contest winnings to her elementary school. What would you do if you won $150,000 in a contest? It’s a subject we’ve all thought about from time to time. Would you buy a new car? Would you start looking for a new home? Or […]Read More >>
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In today’s blog entry, Julian Omidi speaks about the current state of the Peace Corps, one of the cornerstones of President John Kennedy’s administration and a major part of JFK’s enduring legacy. For the past five years, officials at the Peace Corps have been compiling data about which U.S. states produce the most volunteers for […]Read More >>
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