Too often in the wake of a natural disaster, like hurricane Ian, negative news takes center stage.
The disaster and damage by the hurricane’s force. The death toll. Price gouging. Looting. Petty crimes. Frayed nerves. And anxious, worried faces looking forlorn into the camera.
While these conditions exist, they should not overshadow the goodness of people, and the outpouring of humanitarian response to help the hurting. Continue reading