Believe In Good

July 18th, 2014
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Please bear with me as anoddah video was shared with me dat I wanted to share cause it's one of those dat makes you stop, think and wonder wat da heck has happen to our society wea da simplest manini gestures have been lost and gone? It's heading towards a point of extinction and just make us "old school" peeps say,

Wassup Wit Dat!

While it appears dat dis guy lives alone and more free to "give up things", at da same time, he didn't have to. He actually goes beyond and I'm not talking ovah da top but more than just "once" and das wat makes it so special in just ovah three minutes - now I know you got three minutes.





Ironically, dis video is actually a Thai insurance commercial which in turn is out there to make money - like all oddah insurance companies - and at times it seems like these types of companies are da exact opposite of their commercials. Even if it's a ploy to pull at your heart strings and sign up with them, it's still a message dat we as a society need to take to heart and try to keep perpetuating. In fact, they got a whole video series about being "good" - really ironic considering the current perception of insurance companies.

Have you noticed, not once did he buss out a smartphone or on a tablet. Not once was he on da internet. Not once was he checking out any social media. It was like da commercial pointed out, it's about gestures and emotions by interacting with society physically and knowing dat there are things beyond "you". It's not a bad thing to share and help and care.

If your eyes are still dry aftah watching da video, bettah check to see if you got a pulse.... or buy some insurance.

Happy Feel Good Friday!!!








8 Responses to “Believe In Good”

  1. Chicken Grease:

    The scene where the girl arrives cleanly, in school attire and is apparent she is attending school. Made a Grease tear up/weep.

    3 minutes for a life insurance TV ad.

    What was with the shirtless scenes?


  2. Surfdad:

    With all the advancement in technology I hope the next generation does not loose the face to face interaction with each other. It's scary , we may not talk to each other anymore, it will all be e-mail and texting. Take notice the next time you walk around a mall, food court, etc. you will see groups of people sitting together but none of them are talking to each other they are all looking at their phones.


  3. kamaaina808:

    Wow BL - where do you find these things? Very nice reminder to treat others as we want to be treated. Mahalo :-)


  4. roach:

    BL,
    Unfortunately, some acts of kindness results in just falling a scam.


  5. M:

    Howzit BL!
    That was a great commercial.
    Happy FGF!


  6. Cojef:

    Received this as an email with the same subject and was very impressed. After seeing it again, I am very impressed with your sensitivity to bring this short commercial to your fans. It clearly indicates your true feelings toward people in need of kokua or the down and out. You are a very good person with much Aloha.


  7. 808Dad:

    If we all could only live with a little more aloha we would have a better world.


  8. CW:

    Awesomeness!