We Aren’t That Different After All

The Nightcap


“The Earth is the cradle of humanity, but mankind cannot stay in the cradle forever.” – Konstantin Tsiolkovsky

Mommy animals are just like mommy humans

When we look at animals, we tend to think of them as being completely separate from us as humans. We assume they have limited feelings and limited understanding of the issue of personal connections and responsibilities.

The crazy part about all of this is that we also assume that animals extend those limitations to other animals…even their own offspring.

In this loving and cuteness-overload video you will see that animals have a special bond with their offspring, in particular, the mothers and their love and affection toward their young.

Mother animals who cuddle, care for and protect their young show that they aren’t really that much different from human moms who do the same for their own children.
Considering the fact that animals can display the same emotion that humans show for their young, can we assume that there are other similarities that we are not aware of just yet?

Helping Veterans

There are people who risk their lives every day to ensure that we are safe in America. They sacrifice their lives, their time with their own families, and their own well-being…all just to make sure that we have the freedoms promised by our forefathers.

This being the case, what happens when you have a vet in a grocery store who can’t pay for his food? Will people chip in and help him or will they simply push him out of the way so that they can pay for their own?

In this video, you will have the opportunity to see first-hand what happens when a veteran attempts to pay for his food without having the money to do so. The amazing thing about this is that we get an understanding of the attitudes of those who view military personnel as either heroes or mere individuals fighting a battle they don’t really care about.

Either way, it proves that there are divided emotions from people who view military personnel as people who should be taken care of…no matter who pays the bill.

The Last Thought You’ll Ever Have

Here’s a short fiction story of a woman named Nia’s journey through thoughts.