Maybe there is still some hope for mankind...after all. Hungarian P.M.???Here is a heart warming story of human kindness:
A Syrian refugee risked his life to help his co-refugees in a boat and nearly lost his life. About 13 hours later, he was rescued by vacationers. He was only half conscious at that point and would have certainly died if not for an actress who saw him, grabbed his hand, and pulled him on to the boat.
Here's some more good news: After making a huge life change and moving to take a job in DC (I live in Arlington, VA) about two years ago, I received a promotion! The new position (plus a decent pay raise!) starts next week.
It's actually pretty special because after losing two jobs and having to short sell my house (although I do strangely like renting now), I feel like I am back in financial order.
It was good to see the drivers being nice to each other. That's not typical of Phoenix drivers.
It was good that there were no accidents that I heard of on TV. I was glad that everyone was safe.
Both times I was very grateful to have made it home safely.