Ron and I have been discussing as to why it takes disasters to bring the best of humanity out of people. When we lived in Los Angeles, we remember how friendly and concerned people were when the big earthquakes happened. There was a wonderful spirit that manifested itself. We were all in this together. And then the same people that smiled or were concerned a few weeks before, no longer cared to be friendly.
The same phenomenon happened on this day in 2001. And last month, it was Harvey, and this week Irma. Do we really need to have disasters to remind us to show our true human spirit? What would happen if we focused on what is right instead of what is wrong and that was the premise from which we began?