Hoping to encourage a love of reading in children whose resources are limited, a man has enlisted the help of his horse.
Three times each week he takes his tiny library of donated books to children living in the Purbalingga Regency of Indonesia on the back of his favorite horse, Luna. He believes Luna is instrumental to the operation in ways more important than just transporting books. I was reading through all the negativity and stupidity this morning while drinking my coffee and something said, ‘how about some good news?’, so I typed in GOOD NEWS and found your site… Ahhh! Your daily stories have allowed me to rekindle a certain appreciate for the good things in life.
When I read the newspaper, I look for the good news because every thought we think changes our biochemistry.
If news is not really news unless it is bad news, it may be difficult to claim we are an informed nation. Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable — if anything is excellent or praiseworthy — think about these things.
I am a professor at Case Western reserve University and absolutely love your work--it is very significant. I enjoyed reading the positive stories… I am heartened by the goodness and generosity that I see in people… Keep up your good work. I was absoutely blown away by the fact that there was someone out there in the world who had not only thought of creating a Good News Network, but who had done it for ten years. I was just at one of the big news websites and thought "these people make it seem like the end of the world is coming." Then I found you. The platform for my work is Albert Einstein's 'Knowing' that the only way to change anything is to change the thinking that created it. I am totally sick of hearing about murders, drugs, and all the rubbish the commercial networks bombard us with. I want to tell you that your Good News Network has helped me through bad times in my life when I struggled through anxiety and depression and sometimes doubts of faith. I can't tell you how much I appreciate and enjoy getting the GoodNews Network newsletter each Wednesday.


I have a 7 year old son and we don't watch TV, listen to the news, or read newspapers because so much of it is negative and full of pain and hate -- things his little body does not need. I realize how this event (the "Miracle on the Hudson") had touched people's lives, how ready they were for good news, how much they wanted to feel hopeful again. As a parent, small business owner, and citizen I congratulate you on having such a wonderful website.
Unless one makes a deliberate effort to seek out good news, what one gets from the media is frequently less than uplifting. Daily, I was affected by Panic Attacks which were triggered from the news and all it's negative content.
A few months ago I realized that I was getting really bogged down by all the terror and destruction that hit me first thing in the morning, and throughout my day.
I felt constantly worried and agitated and it was hard to enjoy doing things I loved to do.
I feel like I can never truly be happy as I always get this sense of encroaching doom and most of my fears are heightened by media sensationalism. When I read it I can see how my prayers for worldwide peace and tolerance are being answered. Michael Vick, steroids, exorbitant contracts, etc.) I'm glad to see GNN come out with a sports section to report all of the good things that are happening in the world of sports. A Christian message is one of "good news' and our congregants thrive hearing these news items from the real world.
Working in the mental health field means, among other things, passing along helpful tools like your site. I check your website everyday and it gives me hope, comfort, and reassurance more than words can say. As a chaplain at a life care retirement community, I lead a discussion group on current news with seniors each week. I am SO thrilled to be able to show him stories on your Website and talk to him about the positive, Good work that is occurring here on Earth. We've had a worldwide economic downturn, and people are confused, fearful and just so ready for good news.


It lifts my heart, gives me courage, and renews my belief in ALL humankind when I read the stories you highlight.
Sometimes, the measure of our work as journalists is not the professional recognition of colleagues, but rather the mark we make in the hearts of readers who see our work. Now, with the Good News Network set as my homepage, I see first the good that goes on in the world and my attitude and state of mind are much better. Thank you for lifting my spirits, after only 10 minutes of reading I felt better about the world in which we live. I am back in fine form, and your site really helps me stay positive and focused on my business.
Perspective is everything, and despite what appears in mainstream news, good does happen - a lot more than I was lead to believe.
They are overloaded with the bad news, and even though we don't want to have our heads in the sand, we need to hear some good news. You have given me a safe place where I can allow my son to browse and follow the stories that interest him. Then I found your site and after reading the first story I immediately felt my spirits lift and I never went home sad again. In such a world of ups and downs and sometimes unbelievable craziness I can always count on GNN to keep me in the uplifted, grateful and inspired zone! I think we don't know what the bombardment of crime and violence does to our minds, I think we're in denial about it. Now I’m excited about all the wonderful things around the world, instead of feeling helpless.
Reading ordinary news we get a sense that that's all there is, but your site reminds us the world is not as bad as the news would lead us to believe. We need to know that our efforts are paying off, that we can build a paradise -- and we’re doing it.



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