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Dear Reader,

View this page as a place where you and I can have a conversation on subjects that are meaningful to both of us. On a regular basis I plan to post a topic or question on my mind which I encourage you to respond to (see below).

On this same page you will also find some of the responses that have been sent in by those who have viewed this web site. Please feel free to submit your own questions and thoughts which I might comment on and share with other viewers. I truly look forward to hearing from you.

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Archive for June, 2012

WRITER’S PROMPT: Flying with Hummingbirds

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Make believe you could fly with the hummingbirds. What would this be like? http://www.facebook.com/MakeBeliefs

WRITER’S PROMPT: Speaking to An Angel

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Make believe an angel came to help and comfort you. What would the angel say or do? See http://www.facebook.com/MakeBeliefs

Writer’s Prompt: Showing Kindness

Thursday, June 21st, 2012

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991 but who could not accept it in Oslo, Norway because she was under house arrest at the time and for many years thereafter, was finally free to accept the prize earlier this month. Now a member of Parliament and a leader of Myanmar’s opposition, she said something very special:
”Of the sweets of adversity, and let me say that those are not numerous, I have found the sweetest, the most precious of all, is the lesson I learned on the value of kindness. Every kindness I received, small or big, convinced me that there could never be enough of it in the world. Kindness,” she said, ”can change the lives of people.”
Amazing person, she seems to bear little outward anger at military who forced her into house arrest and isolation. In thinking about her words, can you remember when someone showed special kindness to you that helped you in your life, that helped you overcome a terrible problem or situation? Would you consider sharing that with us? And have you remembered to show kindness to the people with whom you come into contact and who need your support?