ELSEWHERE: The Generosity of Strangers

If the current news cycle has troubled or discouraged you, consider tending to your soul with the story of Hazel Hammersley. Hazel is a 2-year-old cancer patient at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. She’s also the recent recipient of stacks of pizzas from strangers on the internet. Hazel’s mother and grandmother put up a masking tape sign in the window of her room and soon after, Reddit happened. Three cheers for humanity!

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About Martyn Jones

Martyn Jones is a Chicago-area writer with abiding interests in phenomenology, reformed theology, and contemporary fiction. Since graduating from Wheaton College in 2010, he has worked for Apple, written for Groupon, and received his M.A. in philosophy from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium. Marty writes sporadically for supercurriculum.blogspot.com, and you can follow him on Twitter: @martynwendell.