Tears on the Mirror

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Big Hearts

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This is Love

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The Stories Don’t Want You To Think

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As suitable to the media as to fairy tales. And there are, unfortunately, a great many people who believe things because, ‘If it’s in the paper, it must be true!’. I guess doing… Continue reading

Humour, I Need Humour

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Hey, I needed a laugh.

An Elephant’s Faithful One-Hundred Percent

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‘I meant what I said, and I said what I meant – an elephant’s faithful one-hundred percent’ Dr Seuss Elephants are wonderful creatures. If ever you need a friend, an elephant would be… Continue reading

World Elephant Day

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Poaching, habitat loss and mistreatment in captivity are just some of the threats to both African and Asian elephants. But through conservation, the reintroduction of captive elephants into the wild, and the creation… Continue reading

Robin Williams RIP

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The tragic death of one of the world’s greatest ever comedians is a stark reminder that depression is a deadly, insidious cancer. That aura of sadness never left him. RIP Robin. You gave… Continue reading

The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.

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Originally posted on A Small Act Of Kindness Can Bring Smile On Million Faces:
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How Do the Blind See a Tree?

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Originally posted on Raising 5 Kids With Disabilities and Remaining Sane Blog:
Most people can look up and see a tree.  To a child who is blind or visually impaired, their concept of a…

Precious Dreams

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A new day, a new week. Make a new dream. Open your mind, Embrace the light.

International Lazy Day Cat

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I’d celebrate, but I really can’t be bothered!!  

Wings of Hope

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Because life isn’t always easy.

Happy Women’s Day

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Happy Women’s Day to all the crazy, loving, bonkers, fabulous ass-kicking women we know. You guys make life complete.

This Journey of Life

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This quote makes me think of a particular group of friends. A tragedy brought us together; people of different ages, different spiritualities, in different countries and time zones. We met through twitter or… Continue reading

Weekend Blessings

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Wishing everyone a fabulous weekend!

These Three Girls Inspired a New Animal Protection Law

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Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
Three girls from Illinois were the force behind a new law that increases penalties for animal abusers.  Brooke Martin, Claire Hackmann and Maddie O’Dell became animal welfare activists…

Happiness isn’t about getting what you want all the time.

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Always There

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A Tear From the Injury of the Oyster

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Without pain, there could not be happiness. Without injury, there could not be growth. Hang on through your darkness and there will eventually be light.

Never Give Up

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Reteaching Someone Their Loveliness

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Most of us know someone who isn’t sure of themselves, who doubts their worth, has lost faith in themselves. Quite often we feel that way ourselves, and let’s face it, it hurts like… Continue reading

Cherish the Earth

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Help, head. Help heart.

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There’s so much grief and pain in the world at the moment, a great deal of it unnecessary and utterly cruel. I don’t know whether this poem is of any comfort to anyone… Continue reading

Embrace Your Light

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The less you have, the more you value it.

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Originally posted on A Small Act Of Kindness Can Bring Smile On Million Faces:
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Your True Character

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And Then There was Life

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Lights Out: Honour Through Life

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As the lights go out over Britain to mark the centenary of the start of the Great War, we thank those men and women who lost their lives, so that we might have ours.… Continue reading

Anthem for a Doomed Youth

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Thank you, to my great-granddad, and all those that fought and died on the killing fields of Europe. ~click image to enlarge~

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