Saturday, December 10, 2005

Introduction


Are things really that bad in the world today? If you watch any one of the numerous 24 hours a day news channels or read any local or national newspaper, then the answer would probably be...Yes, yes they are. And, if you peruse any internet site dedicated to news, you might think so as well.

Well, if bad news is what you are looking for, then I have bad news for you....You won't find it here. Why? Because I'm sick of all the bad news. It's old. It's not original anymore. I'm sick of political scandals, bank robberies, hurricanes, tornadoes, plane crashes, people dying in war and on and on and on....

There is so much good in the world, but it seems that the media has no need for it. Last night, I watched an entire ten o'clock newscast on one of the local channels here in Atlanta, and not one positive story was mentioned. Not one! That's pathetic. I think the world is ready for some good news. And, I plan on delivering it on a daily basis. Why? For two reasons:

(1) For You: You're innudated with negative news all day long, so maybe a little positive news each day will help you realize that things aren't all that bad after all.

(2) For Me: I am tired of all the negativity in the world and have decided it's time to put a positive spin on everything. This is my way of sharing positive news. It's therapeutic to me. I enjoy searching for the good in people. It's amazing where you'll find it. If you don't like it, no problem. You've got a choice of a million other sources to get your negative fix on.

So, without anymore rambling on, welcome to Positive Pelham. I am glad you are here.

Have a great day!

J. Anthony.

comments

4 Responses to "Introduction"
  1. mcghee said...
    Sunday, 04 March, 2007

    Enjoyed the article on Phil Mickelson, and your comments on the goodness in our world.

    There are many more good people than evil ones in this world. Hard to understand why we must hear the bad news.

    I had a group of eighth gradres in 1968. There were 49 of them and Jim Wolf (now 52) was sitting near the windows. We were talking about the meaning of freedom. He stood and said, "Freedom is the ability to participate in all of human living." I never forgot that, and if we could all live that maxim, we would be in an incredible world.

  2. J. Anthony said...
    Monday, 05 March, 2007

    Hi Mcghee,

    Thank you for the comment. Thank you for the comment from Mr. Wolf. That is a great way to look at freedom and life in general.

    Thanks for visiting.

    Have a great day!

    J.

  3. Markius said...
    Monday, 16 July, 2007

    I've been reading via RSS for a while. I just wanted you to know I've put a link up to you at http://www.squidoo.com/happyposts. Keep up the great work!

  4. J. Anthony said...
    Tuesday, 17 July, 2007

    Hi Markius,

    Thanks for the comment and thanks for reading via RSS. I appreciate it. Thanks for the link on your site as well. After visiting your site, I have added a link to your site on mine as well. You keep up the good work as well.

    Make it a great day!

    J. Anthony

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