June 16, 2017
Not All Superheroes Wear A Cape
It is true that not all superheroes wear capes. Some wear their underwear on top of their trousers and some carry home appliances as weapons. Ha-ha! We always look up to these people as inspirations to be and do better.
This superhero was barefoot, in a t-shirt and shorts. After a man’s beautiful pooch was found in the River Thames last Sunday, a courageous passer by jumped into the river to rescue the dog without thought. He stood on the chains right above the water line with the shivering dog in his arms, while he waited for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) boat to arrive. The man’s brave act was awarded with gratefulness of the dog’s owner. The latter was still shocked by this act and said it all happened so quickly.
Another hero in a red jacket was driving by when he saw a big beautiful dog in the middle of the road. He instantly stopped his car and approached the dog. At first the mutt was hesitant, but became playful after the first pat. Not wanting the dog to get hit by a car, the good Samaritan called the police and addressed the issue. When he went to check the dog collar, it started running. Well, the Samaritan ran with the dog for 800 yards until he found his house. The owners were so grateful and explained that he’d be getting out a lot. Good on him, he made a lot of hearts swell.
Some heroes come with tools such as wood saws and gloves. This man had heard some sounds in the walls of his house. He thought there was a fox. After calling an animal rescue team, they sawed right into the walls of his house. After seeing huge glowing eyes, they removed a gorgeous but frightened cat from the hole. Later the team found out that her family had been looking for her for weeks.
Humanity can be restored. One kind act always repeats itself.