The Painful Truth’s Good News Magazine. Issue One

With all the horrible and foul news from the armstrong churches of god I thought it necessary to expose our audience to some heart warming and enlightening news that will warm you heart. That is if you still have one…

A stray dog recently found on the side of the road in Canada was discovered sheltering several babies — not a litter of her own puppies, however, but a set of five adorable kittens.

The dog, named “Serenity,” was spotted shielding the baby cats from the cold roughly two weeks ago in Chatham-Kent, Ontario, according to Pet and Wildlife Rescue, which posted about the pup’s plight on Facebook.

Rescuers wrote on Nov. 22 that someone called the shelter and an animal control officer “picked the 6 of us up and we’ve been living our best lives ever since!” The kittens were placed into a foster family, where they will remain until they’re old enough for adoption, while the shelter has been flooded with interest by those hoping to welcome Serenity into their families.

“I’m surprised that so many people applied to adopt me when they don’t even know my personality or quirks yet — I must just be THAT cute!” rescuers wrote on behalf of Serenity.

The dog, who is roughly 2 years old and said to have “the energy of a toddler,” is “obviously great with cats and would have no problem going to a home that has cats in it,” the shelter said.

“I love zooming around outside and will run circles around any person or object that is out in the yard with me. The shelter staff has been working on it, but I can be quite jumpy and need to be taught some manners,” the post read, noting Serenity should be in a home without small children because of her energy.

She’s gotten along well with other dogs at the shelter who were submissive or uninterested in her, and she loves to play and has a “tendency to get right in other dog’s faces.” Serenity also needs to be house-trained, the shelter said.

Pet and Wildlife Rescue pushed back against criticism related to Serenity not being adopted out with the kittens. They said the kittens are too young, and if they waited for the entire group to be ready, Serenity wouldn’t find her “forever family for a couple of months.”

“At the end of the day I am just happy that the kittens were found with me and are now resting peacefully in a warm foster home instead of outside in the cold,” the shelter wrote.

Once Serenity is spayed on Dec. 3, she’ll be available for adoption. Anyone interested in making Serenity a part of their family can contact the Pet and Wildlife Rescue, located in Ontario, or visit their website at

10 Lessons we can learn from our animals

From the tiniest bug on the sidewalk to the mighty lion roaming the African savannah, animals of all kinds can teach us valuable life lessons.

If we really pay attention, other animals can teach us many important lessons that we may have forgotten in the haste of our normal daily lives. Just by interacting briefly with other creatures, we can take away valuable knowledge that we can’t always learn from our fellow humans.

Even your own pet can teach you new things every single day without you realizing it. We live in such a fascinating universe that constantly gives us opportunities to learn.

Open your eyes and silence your mind to take in all the lessons our amazing animal friends can show us, including these ten.


Humans often bounce around from one thought or place to the next without fully immersing themselves in what’s happening around them. Other species, on the other hand, don’t have much else to think about other than searching for food, water, shelter from the elements, and their next mate.

Take a deer, for example – they peacefully flow from one activity to another, searching for berries, fresh water, or just enjoying their surroundings. If you get the chance to observe this graceful creature in action, you will surely forget about everything except the present moment.


When people think of animals that show unconditional love, dogs usually come to mind. These loving, cuddly animals never withhold their desire to offer support and understanding to their fellow human friends, and even if you get mad at them, they will still be there for you.

Dogs are called man’s best friend for a reason, because of their undying loyalty, faithfulness, and respect for human beings. We can learn a lot about how to treat one another based on how our furry canine friends treat us.


In Australia, you can find a tiny, cute animal called a Quokka scurrying through the trees…and stopping to take selfies with humans if they’re not too busy. Recently, people have been posting their pictures with this amiable, cheerful creature, and the first thing you will notice about them is their infectious smile. They seem to live out their days without a worry in the world, and keep a positive attitude through it all.

So, even if you’ve had a bad day, think of how the Quokka would handle it, and you will instantly break out in smiles.


Ants, in particular, are a shining example of this in action. They carry tiny specks of dirt underground to form complex tunnels and living systems, tackle prey as a team, and help each other carry leaves back to their colony to use as mulch for raising fungus, which they eat to survive. They work harder than many species just to get through each day, and they do it as a team. No one gets left behind, and no one carries all the weight while others just sit on the sidelines.

What can we learn from them?

To value one another, collaborate, and work together to coexist instead of competing with each other for resources.


Let’s face it – humans tend to work way too much, and rest way too little. Other species don’t overwork themselves; they enjoy every moment of down time they get to re-energize and relish in life’s beauty. Look at pigs – they roll around in the mud all day, eat, and lay around until they get hungry again.

While they might seem lazy, we could actually learn a thing or two from them about learning to relax once in a blue moon.


More than any other animal, lions represent courage, strength, and resilience. They don’t back down from a challenge, and must hunt aggressive prey for their tribe. They don’t just lurk in the shadows – they make their presence known and pick themselves back up every time they fall. If someone says you have the heart of a lion, consider that a compliment; it means you show incredible strength and bravery in the face of extreme adversity.

Humans tend to let fear stand in our way, so channel your inner lion next time…your fear will quickly step to the side.


Horses tend to live pretty independently, and often stray from the pack when they get an itch to explore on their own. While they have a majestic, fanciful appearance, they also have a fierce, stubborn side that takes them into uncharted territory and allows them to pave their own path.

Be like the horse and run freely into the wind without thinking of what the consequences might be – just let your heart take the wheel and drive you where you need to go.


Dolphins actually communicate with one another via high-pitched whistling noises, and each one makes a distinctive sound that other dolphins can immediately recognize. They have very advanced communication techniques that rival our own, in some ways, and must listen in order to understand each other’s location in the vast ocean. If they all whistled at once, none of them would be able to find one another – they have honed their listening skills in order to function best as a group.

Humans can especially learn from dolphins that listening to another person, rather than always needing to talk, can actually benefit relationships much more in the long run.


Bunnies have very silly, playful personalities, for the most part, and can teach us to let our guard down and have a little fun with life every once in a while. They hop and run around, lick our feet when they want our attention, and never sit still for too long. Some consider them as hyperactive, annoying little creatures, but they just like to enjoy life and express themselves in a way only they know how.


Unfortunately, elephants often fall victim to poaching or other violence inflicted by humans, and they usually lose family members in the process. Elephants possess great intelligence, and feel complex emotions just like we do. Many organizations take in orphaned elephants who have watched family members die or get injured at the hands of humans, yet these elephants allow their new caretakers to rear them anyway. Elephants can teach us to forgive in any situation, even if we can’t always understand the other person’s actions.
-Article from “Power of Positivity”


Now if that didn’t put a smile on your face, you may be a armstrongite. Armstrongism: Cults in which their perorations are rife with ignorance, erroneous information, and poorly conceived notions of fanaticism (uncritical zeal or enthusiasm).


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