As for finding goodness in this world, I like to look at people like Norman Borlaug. He was an agronomist who believed you couldn't build a peaceful world on empty stomachs and human misery. He decided to fix this problem by packing up his family and moving them to some of the worst, most malnourished places in the world and making staple grains that could thrive in very harsh environments. When he won the Nobel Prize in 1970, it was estimated that his crops saved over a billion people from dying of malnutrition. That number has been steadily increasing ever since. The man is a hero, humanitarian, scientist and awesome kickass dude all rolled in to one. He was also damn humble. When he won the Nobel Prize, he thought it was a joke and went back to work. Seriously. He honestly thought someone was playing a prank on him. I also look at the people who volunteer for Doctors Without Borders. These are medical staff who, instead of taking jobs in medical clinics or hospitals, volunteer to have their asses dropped in the worst places in the world just so they can heal the sick and dying. Fucking heroes, every last one of them.