The People’s Love Alliance are hosting a powerful event.
What if you had the chance to participate in a first-of-its-kind, unique global event that will bring inspiration and hope to millions of people?
Well here it is:
A Day of Good News
On December 22, 2019 millions of us will intentionally flood social media with Good News ONLY! It’s easy and it’s free — anyone can participate!
On this special day we will show that there ARE millions of humans across this planet who are doing positive, uplifting, healing acts of kindness, love and compassion.
The mass media generally reflects negative, fear-based news about what is going on in our world today. That depresses many of us who lose hope that the Earth and her lifeforms can survive.
On December 22, 2019 we will bring renewed hope to each other on a scale never before attempted. We will take back our power as we become the Good News media!
So on A Day Of Good News, December 22, please do the following:
1. Make at least ONE (or more!) post on social media featuring Good News
2. Do not post anything negative on social media – anywhere.
3. Consciously watch for an increase of Good News on your social site!
4. Ask 2 (or more!) people to do Actions 1-4 here just as you did
THAT’S IT. SIMPLE! 🙂
The time is short until December 22. We need your help as soon as possible to spread the word about A Day of Good News
Do you know influential social media people who can inform their followers?
Can you spread this event to your friends, colleagues, and family?
Can you spread this event on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and more?
Can you take a selfie or create a video publicising this event?
Will you translate this event and spread it to other countries?
Pro golfer Brandon Matthews was preparing to advance to one of golf’s biggest tournaments—all he had to do was sink a simple putt.
The 25-year-old golfer had been in a sudden-death playoff match in Argentina on the PGA Tour last month when he found himself facing an 8-foot putt. If he landed the shot, he would keep his guaranteed slot in The Open golf tournament.
Just as he was preparing to make the shot, however, a spectator’s shout from the gallery disrupted his concentration so that he flinched and missed the putt, thus losing the match and his spot in The Open.
Matthews thought that someone had distracted him on purpose—but then the tournament administrator approached him in the locker room and told him who had screamed.
A middle-aged man with Down syndrome had gotten so excited over the match, he had not been able to keep himself from letting out a scream during Matthews’s shot.
Immediately after hearing the details about the situation, Matthews asked to meet the fan.
“I was around mental disability growing up, and I have a soft spot in my heart for it. Those are really special people,” Matthews told The Golf Channel. “I felt so terrible that I was even upset. I just wanted to make sure that he didn’t feel bad.”
After they were introduced, Matthews offered the man a signed glove, made sure he was having a good time, and gave him a hug.
“I just wanted to make sure he was enjoying himself, that he had no hard feelings, that he didn’t feel bad about what happened,” Matthews added. “I didn’t want anyone to be mad at him. I didn’t want him to be mad at himself. I wanted to make sure he knew that I wasn’t mad. That’s all I wanted to do.”
Tournament administrators said that the fan was “very happy” over the exchange—and Matthews said that he was simply happy to turn his disappointment into acceptance and compassion.
“Some things are bigger than golf,” he told reporters, “and this was one of them.”
So there ya go.