How to Find the Good News in All the Bad News

When you went to bed last night, if you were like a lot of Americans, you were probably expecting to wake up to the news of Super Tuesday.

Today is the day voters here in California and in 13 other states cast their election day ballots that could decide the shape of the presidential campaign for the rest of the year.

But while politics is much on the minds of Americans these days, and while it may seem at times that politics is the only thing people talk about or worry about, there are a lot of other things in the news that people are concerned about.And today’s news is reflective of that.

On the morning of Super Tuesday, people in Tennessee and their loved ones and their friends around the country are not thinking about politics, but the devastation and deaths of severe tornadoes. And a weather-related tragedy like this gets a lot of people talking about climate change.

And on this big day for politics, a lot of people from California to Maine and from Seattle to Miami are a lot of more concerned this morning about a major health issue, the Coronavirus.

And then there are stories in today’s news on this Super Tuesday about a foiled plot by a UPS driver to carry out a mass shooting and has a lot of people concerned about the domestic terrorism or guns or mental health or all of the above.

Thankfully, in the midst of all this bad news we hear about and worry about there is always good news to be grateful about, if we take the time to look around and see it in our friends, our family and our faith.

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