Feel Good Friday

Here’s this week’s edition of Feel Good Friday.  Remember to focus on what you want to see in the world.  That’s not to say to ignore the negative stuff, but try not to focus on it.

People pay MORE for coffee on the honor system.

Acid rain effects are reversing.

You can’t change what happens to you, but you can change how you react to it.

Celebrity employs the homeless to make jewelry.

Florida cop helps man in wheelchair.

“There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth: not going all the way, and not starting.” -Gautama Buddha

Feel Good Friday

When I first started this a few weeks ago, I have to admit that it took me some time to find positive news stories.  I consider myself to be pretty good at focusing on the positive, but since I’ve started this, the positive news stories are easier to find.  Since I don’t really believe that the world has become a more positive place, I have to believe that the change must be in me.  That as I always tell people, when you change your focus, you change what you see.

Police officer rescues “aggressive” dog.

Restaurant finds a solution to food waste.

Paralyzed dogs play fetch. 

There’s a real life Darth Vader Corvette!

There’s your good news for the week.

“In all of living, have much fun and laughter. Life is to be enjoyed, not just endured.”
― Gordon B. Hinckley

Bizarre Foods

by The TV Guy

thI was watching an episode of Andrew Zimmerman’s Bizarre Foods.  He was in the San Francisco area looking at alternative foods. Mind you, the term “alternative foods” already sets off the alarms about the utilization of plants or eating bugs or some other odd way to get protein into one’s diet.

Well, needless to say, it is just that.  He met with the folks from Hampton Creek Foods, a group of scientists and culinary professionals working on solutions for the need for high-protein products at a financial and environmental low-cost. They already have products on the shelves in the chain Whole Foods. They have created a mayonnaise that has no eggs and it is made from a plant product. They are working on an egg substitute that cooks, looks and even tastes like eggs with no cholesterol and does no harm to the planet in the production of the product. The company is backed by Bill Gates’ foundation, one of the many groups backing their endeavors for global change in the creation of sustainable protein for a growing and starving population.