Peace and Justice my final Award

As we leave behind this Year of 2013 I want to share a final award with you which I was awarded some time ago by a dear blogging friend Lois.  If you haven’t already visited Living Simply Free, then I strongly suggest you do, you will be delighted and captivated in how you can recycle, and live more simply with the many ideas and links Lois shares as she brings us ways in living more eco friendly lives with her unique blend of posts.. So thank you Lois for this wonderful award ,I am very honoured to receive this  wonderful Award of Peace and Justice from Lois atLiving Simply Free  And thank you to Barbara Mattio for creating it..


There are rules for this award as like with most, but these rules are a bit different. They are as follows:

1. Recipients should frequently write about Peace, Justice, Love — the goodness in the world, or putting goodness in the world.

2. Recipients may also frequently call attention to the bigotry or racism that happens in the world.

3. Link back to whoever nominated you and, since this is about goodness, politely thank them.

4. Spread the love to whomever and however many you believe deserve it!”

5. Sharing ONE video to show feelings on Peace and Justice, Click the Blue Link PLEASE TRY AND PASS THIS VIDEO ALONG ALSO!! It’s called, “A MESSAGE FOR ALL HUMANITY by Charlie Chaplin” and speaks from the past but is relevant now. 

As we move from 2013 into another New Year, I would like to share the Video below with you all for my own contribution..  As the Film says Pay it Forward,  This is what the world needs, as we think of others rather than ourselves…

I want to share this award with some amazing people who I think Pay it Forward and who stand for Peace and Justice in their thoughts, lives, and blog posts..  Its been very difficult to choose from the Very many I support, and for those not mentioned, I love each and everyone of your blogs but I will just let these blogs  posts speak for themselves as I try to acquaint you with some new blogs perhaps you have not visited before.  


I wish I could share even more heartfelt blogs that I visit who bring Peace and a sense of Justice to this often troubled world, there are many out there.. These are just five of the blogs of many who grace my blog list with their inspiration as they share their hearts…

I hope you will visit them as I say thank you as I nominate the following  5 blogs for their contribution as I give them the chance to pass this wonderful award along to those whom they think fitting to receive it..

Congratulations to the following..  Joss shows us not only her compassionate skills through her wonderful Poetic verses, but she is a true Worker of the Light..  Thank you Joss for sharing your heart and inspiration with us..  Shakti’s  wonderful posts always make us think as we go around our busy modern day lives . He never fails to make me think ever deeper into how we can help create a better way to bring harmony and peace to our future world..  I so admire Shree, or should that be Dr Shree, as she shares  not only her quality time with us at WP but also her wonderful thoughts and findings through her heart and sharing of thoughts of philosophy  via various teachers who offer wisdom along with her humour..  Miro is a Warrior whose words really do offer Wisdom… I hope you go read them he shows us through his volumes of verse he has published as books not only his strength, but Grace, and Patience and more..…  And I am sure you will be inspired by his words. Dilip’s Blog is another delight and its purpose is to spread inspiration and and Joy on interests of what is important in life… I hope you will go along and visit..


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Friday Facts ~Making a Difference

Sri Lanka 1997

Years ago in the 90’s I went out for a time to Sri Lanka to help train machinists and resource training qualifications with various colleges departments out there.  This was to set up standards like  NVQ’s which stands for National Vocational Qualification, for the firm I worked for  which had  3 textiles factories out there.  I have never forgotten the wonderful people and their kindness, or the places of extreme poverty I witnessed first hand. or at the other end of the scale the lavish hospitality given to our party by the Sri Lankan High Commissioner of the time… or being introduced to Prime Minister Sirimavo Bandaranike  

Later I was saddened to learn also that some of those who worked in the factory I was involved with lost their lives in the Tsunami of 2004  Which over 40,000 people lost their lives.. and the places I was once stood were  deluged under the wave that swept ashore.           

While many companies exploit those who manufacture garments by cheap wages and terrible conditions  and we all have in our memories the awful building collapse in Bangladesh.  I can place my hand on heart to say the conditions within the Factory Site of our group was in fact better equipped than the factory in the UK and was a new modern building on an industrial site built for purpose.. The trend in the 90’s was to manufacture overseas and the resulting years now has seen the once thriving textile industry of the Midlands here in the UK become almost none existent as it profit margins could not be maintained paying good wages in the UK..  And while ever the demand for cheaper clothing continues then there will be those unscrupulous enough to cut yet another corner to further a larger share of profit.

So when you next buy your next item of clothing, just take a second or two to look inside the label and see where it was made.. And spare a thought for the long arduous hours in often poor conditions some of these clothes were made..

I also want to direct you to another Blogging friend I have had for several years her Blog is called  Sweetie’s Space, Nothing Else Matters  Sweetie, is from Belgium and she and her Husband do remarkable work going out there to help orphanages and schools in many different ways.. This lady is really making a difference to lives out there. And she is doing it through her own steam.. I hope you click the links and see what she has been up to this visit..

What can We do to make a difference?

It may only be a small thing such a smile, or giving up your seat on public transport for someone in more need . Or it may be you are already making a Difference..

It may be you just make someone laugh.. Laughter is such a healer and bringing joy and company to someone’s lonely day, it makes such a difference to those who sit within their four walls or within residential homes..  

You May rescue animals, or like doing charity work.. or just making that much needed donation.

Are you making a Difference? Please share your stories how you made a difference small or large..

Love and Blessings




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