During a time of chaos and revolution, the light in every community is given the chance to shine. In many cities across America, after the destruction and loss, we see the light everyday people are using to rebuild their communities. Lonnie Walker IV shone a very special light in helping rebuild his adopted city. Much love to you #1. https://www.foxnews.com/sports/spurs-lonnie-walker-iv-clean-up-san-antonio-businesses-protests
In a time when the old and the young feel so distant from one another, let us be reminded that teenagers are living, breathing, working parts of our community. Their thoughts, and their contribution matters. Let's hear it for the those who never let adversity break their spirit. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/good-news/texas-teen-is-supplying-masks-to-medical-workers-shes-also-fighting-a-stigma/ar-BB13y4MI
A small bird endemic to sub-Saharan Africa seems to be living up to its Swahili name,"Askari wa kifaru" (translated to "The Rhino's Guard"). Check out more on this little bird at the link below! https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/oxpeckers-could-save-rhinos-from-poaching/
It's often said the little things in life matter most. We tend to agree. Quinn Callander, a 12-year-old from Canada has made big waves with little devices. Please check out the link to this inspiring story. https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/teen-3d-prints-ear-guards-for-healthcare-workers/
Check out the #1 story at Happy Hour this week! https://www.today.com/news/99-year-old-british-wwii-vet-raises-22-million-health-t179034 **image courtesy of Justin Tallis / Getty Images** British World War II veteran Captain Tom Moore, 99, poses with his walking frame doing a lap of his garden in the village of Marston Moretaine, 50 miles north of London, on April 16, 2020. "Incredible and now words fail me," Captain Moore said, after finishing the laps of his 25-metre (82-foot) garden with his walking frame.