One Day Love Will Rule

Today was a day for incredible heartwarming love stories.

A Facebook friend posted an amazing video called “Dog Saves Dog” (click title to view video).

It happened on a busy highway in Santiago, Chile. Homeless dogs running loose. Unfortunately, one got hit by a car. The incredibly amazing thing that happened is that a rescue dog came along and literally dragged the hit dog from the middle of the road to the median. Watch the video to see what I mean.

In “The Story Behind This Video”, Sonny Melendrez writes, “…it is obvious that, for the most part, we are one with our respect for life.” After watching the video, I would include the rescue dog in that statement.

Another Facebook friend shared the incredible love story of Emmanuel Kelly. Emmanuel and his brother were found by their adoptive mum in an orphanage in Iraq. They were born in the middle of a war zone and found in a shoe box by the nuns in the park. Please watch the video to hear their story and hear Emmanuel’s beautiful singing voice.

And the same Facebook friend that shared Emmanuel’s video also shared the 9/11 Boat Lift story during which 900,000 people  were evacuated from Manhattan by boat during the tragic and heartbreaking event of 9/11. Please watch this 11 min. video narrated by Tom Hanks.

The last two video’s are from Dr. Erica Goodstone at Create Healing and Love Now! There is so much good happening in the world.


4 thoughts on “One Day Love Will Rule

  1. Okay, the dog video is amazing! It makes me want to weep. Not only do I love dogs, but I love seeing these profound acts of caring and kindness in other creatures. It moves me deeply. Thanks for this beautiful post, Marianne!

    • I know what you mean, Kathy. If creatures can show care and kindness like this surely every single person on this planet has the capacity also. Thanks for reading and commenting, Kathy. 🙂

  2. WOW Marianne! Thanks so much for sharing these uplifting stories. I cried watching the story of Emmanuel. You are right, there are a lot of good things happening in the world. Sharing them spreads positive energy, love, hope and inspiration.
    Thank you,

    • You’re welcome, Melinda. Hopefully, one day there will be enough love in the world that tragic events will cease to occur. Thank you for your inspiring comment, Melinda. 🙂

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