Good People Doing Good Things — Little Things Mean A Lot

Good People Doing Good Things, Christmas Edition

Filosofa's Word

Last week, I wrote about a couple who bought an old ship and turned it into a hospital ship, serving the poor far and wide.  A noble effort, for sure, but also one that few of us could match.  This week, I write about a few people … just average people like you and me … doing little things on a daily basis that mean so much to others.


Ed Higinbotham is a self-taught craftsman who took up woodworking as a hobby. Initially, he says he just wanted something to keep his hands busy, but toymaking soon turned into a passion.  Ed is 93 years old and lives in Georges Township, Pennsylvania, where he has a workshop in his home.  Every day, he spends eight hours in that workshop making toys.  And what, you might ask, does he do with all those toys?

higinbotham-1higinbotham-2higinbotham-3He donates them to homeless shelters and…

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