I started this journey of trying to cheer myself up and in turn realized my own sister needed help as well. So everyday I have called her and talked to her and shared what I have found that might make her a bit less sadder. My sister Marcia is such a giving person sometimes to her own detriment. So I wanted her to feel better while at the same time helping me as well. There are times in all of our lives we need a helping hand, an encouraging word, a break from what we are doing - in short we take so many things for granted in the world all around us. The loss of a loved one is awful, no amount of time will truly replace that hole we now have in our world. No persons words are better than your own personal feelings. We hurt, we miss, we cry, we need, we yearn, and we wonder why. I have no perfect answer, but what I have tried to do since the loss of the one who was my world, I try to find a way to cope with this loss. Sure I see those around me, going about their lives and I sometimes wonder why can't I get beyond this. To me the one thing I have done is seek out ways to make each day easier to face. I can't walk in your shoes and you can't in mine. So what do I do each day to make it to the end of that day. I watch videos, and read stories that others have shared and it helps me understand that our world is so complex. I never realized how many wonderful things happen in our world on a daily basis. There are people who give of themselves to others who are in need. They are the unspoken and unseen heroes it is so easy to overlook. There are those in the world who do so many wonderful things. I would like to share this prepared video for you. Even though it may be from another part of world, or in a language you might not understand, the actions you witness are of caring and giving. (this was posted by Sally Jones on Apr 24, 2014) This is a varied video of people helping others: https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/watch-video-celebrating-good-deeds-18635925 (this video was posted by Jaymi McCann 14:40, 22 NOV 2013) I will seek out and find stories and/or videos to share with you.