What is a good writing?

This morning, I logged onto the Washington post website and read some articles about Hurricane Harvey . One article is particular, it was talking about the acts of hospitality set off a chain reaction of goodwill in Huston.

Because of Hurricane Harvey, there were so many people had problem with living and food. The floodwaters had destroyed so many people’s homes. But there is a family from Pasadena, Tex. Their apartment totally destroyed. The hurricane also scared their two small children. They lent their second-floor unit to their downstars neighbors and fled with a garbage bag full of clothes to a shelter at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. They huddled in a corner, dazed and scared until they met two strangers, Anne Whitlock and Michael Skelly. They had been ferrying hurricane victims to the shelter from a nearby hospital. From them, helping people became like a chain reaction of goodwill.

In my perspective, we know that we should help each other. In the Bible, it says, “In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”( Matthew 5:16) God wants us to help other people in a good way which people can know that he cares about all of us. He is trying to show his love to us. From the Hurricane Harvey, we can see this as a good thing cause God made us to know he has love for all of us by helping people.

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