For a long time I’ve been thinking about the word “goodness”.
If you’re looking on a regular Facebook-feed, or other social media you’ll find a number of people telling others about their good deeds, and actually that’s wonderful! Don’t doubt that! We really need good deeds, and we really need good role models!
But a good deed, in my mind, isn’t necessarily a sign of a good person.
A good deed done in public, is always good (don’t doubt that), but a good deed done in public also has the purpose of giving credit to the person who made it.
So, in that sense, will a truly good person be?
“A person who do great things for others, while no-one else is watching”?
Do you agree?
Best wishes for the rest of the weekend! A great track for that Saturday afternoon spirit.
Don’t miss out on the free download of the task manager app Things”, that’s currently free (normal price $9,99). The app is, in my opinion, the best in its segment that I’ve tried so far. The app will be free until November 28:th.
This photo was taken at the small beach in Aquatic cove, close to Fishermans Wharf.
For some reason, this photo isn’t being down sized properly, so for a better version, click for full size.
This is a photo of one side of the famous “Cliff House”, an awesome place for photography since the sun sets right outside the restaurants window.
If you ever visit San Francisco, don’t miss out on this amazing place.
During the last few weeks I’ve visited San Francisco and Vegas. Two amazing cities. San Francisco when it comes to being cozy, friendly and open, and Vegas when it comes to craziness. Not a bad “crazy”. More in terms of a place that doesn’t exist anywhere else in the world.
This will the first post in a series, of these great cities. I hope you enjoy.
Best wishes for a new week.
This may be one of the most touching videos I’ve seen in a while. A dad looses his wife due to C-surgery, and during the last days of the son’s life he keeps playing the guitar for his son.
Full description under the Youtube-clip.
“Chris Picco singing Blackbird to his son, Lennon James Picco, who was delivered by emergency C-section at 24 weeks when Chris’ wife Ashley unexpectedly and tragically passed away in her sleep. Lennon’s lack of movement and brain activity was a constant concern for the doctors and nurses at Loma Linda University Hospital, where he received the absolute best care available. During the pregnancy, Ashley would often feel Lennon moving to music so Chris asked if he could bring his guitar into the NICU and play for Lennon, which he did for several hours during the last days of Lennon’s precious life. One day after filming this, Lennon went to sleep in his daddy’s arms.”