Knowledge is power but negativity breeds negativity and you get back what you put out except when you don’t. It’s all so simple!
Regardless of whether it helps in the long-term or not, I thought the best way to close out the first full week back to work in January 2020 was sharing positive things I found out in the world. It’s better than depressing everyone further, right?
My heart— StanceGrounded (@_SJPeace_) January 9, 2020
"When they arrived at Johnsonville, the ladies cooked breakfast for 150 firefighters" ðŸ˜â¤
These Muslim women traveled 4 hours with 5 truckloads of food and water supplies to cook meals for exhausted Australian firefighters
This is HUMANITY pic.twitter.com/ilnrqOQBny
Supposedly some of the trees in Australia already have new growth after being burned.
In related news, over $100 million has been raised to help recover from the Australian fires. Chris Hemsworth and his family donated $1 million, as did Elton John, while numerous other celebrities and sources all gave money.
WATCH: American firefighters greeted with applause in Sydney as they arrive to help fight Australia's wildfires.— NBC News (@NBCNews) January 9, 2020
(Video by Shane Fitzsimmons, commissioner of New South Wales Rural Fire Service) pic.twitter.com/yhJAipatTF
A vacant lot in Oakland, California, became a sanctuary for homeless women.
There’s a solar shower, a garden that grows food and flowers, a communal kitchen and dining table, camping toilets and a pump-operated sink, all of which are maintained and kept clean by the campers in the community—mostly homeless black women.
In less than a month, @Astro_Christina will be returning to Earth after nearly a year aboard the @Space_Station. During that time she has worked on a lot of meaningful scientific research.— ISS Research (@ISS_Research) January 9, 2020
But what’s been her favorite experiment she has worked on during that time? ðŸ”¬ pic.twitter.com/pkmsN3v7WS
Feel free to add any other good news you found.