Kindness, love, brotherhood, beauty– all of them look closer to fiction than fact as I receive dark news from all over the world. Or maybe it is my dark frame of mind as I start on a new novel. I don’t know that I can change the world. But each of us can make a…
Lost & Found: Valentine’s Edition blog hop hosted by Guilie Castillo-Oriard, Alex J Cavanaugh, Denise Covey, Yolanda Renee, Elizabeth Seckman, and the one and only Arlee Bird. (Be sure to visit all of the hosts for this event. To find the full list of participants visit the list on Tossing It Out or any of the host sites.)
Lost and Found Valentines
Lost and Found Blogfest
This is what they needed: In honor of an upcoming Valentine’s Day, we want you to write about love lost or found. Share the highs and lows that only matters of the heart can bring. As such, our question for this month is just that: “When have you lost or found love?”
What Have you sent out in the Universe today?
The Universe reflects back your intentions.
Instead of fighting with each other on social media, I urge everyone who is in a position to physically or financially help out those in need to do so, now more than ever.
One of the organizations my support goes to is Projectwhy in New Delhi, India, about which I’ve written here.
If you want to help a genuine organization trying to help children with a few dollars (as little as 5 dollars or Euros would help), where each cent of your money would go to the kids themselves, donate here. I’ve supported them for years, and this place is run by a woman with a large heart, exactly the kind who can protect us from guns with flowers.
Or, find another place, people, or cause to add your positive energy to. Do something for a person or animal or plant without concern for your own material benefit. We cannot fight darkness, we need to light a candle in order to make it melt away.
Alex J Cavanaugh , our Ninja Captain, is hosting the First loves Blogfest: Post your first loves – first movie, first song/band, first book, and first person. Four loves, one blogfest! First movie: Mad monkey Kung fu– My father took me to watch this one when I was five years old, and, I spent most…