This is someone who understands compassion and truly cares. This needs to be kept going. Here is to compassion and love in the New Year. Hugs to all of you. Have a wonderful holiday. Hugs, Barbara
The lovely Xena at BlackButterfly7 created this wonderful award and nominated me for it. Here is what she had to say about the award’s creation:
The appreciation of being honored by peers cannot be expressed in words. I am humbled, and decided that rather than spend time today complying with rules to accept additional award nominations, I’d spend time thanking and awarding others.
The Award design isn’t perfect, (I’m no artist), but it’s from my heart.
Truly, I wish that I had more time to post comments and contribute to discussions on other blogs. When I visit and read other blogs, I do leave behind that I was present by clicking “like.” Standing in those shoes, I have appreciation for other blog administrators who take out time to do the same.
It’s a beautiful way to recognize those who visit our blogs and always comment and always provide encouragement, and I hope that I have done that for others.
Below are some people who have done so for me. I really appreciate their support and enjoy their comments. I appreciate that they are part of the WordPress Family, and therefore part of my family!
- Crowing Crone Joss
- Hunt for Truth
- michael lai
- Spirit in action
Merry Christmas to you Shaun. I am sick. Have a wonderful holiday. Hugs, Barbara
Xena at Blackbutterfly7 nominated me for this award. I am particularly touched by this nomination because it was an award I created to honor Nelson Mandela and his life and legacy, and I am deeply touched to receive it back. I hope that my blog has been worthy of his great work!
The Rules for this award were deliberately made very simple:
1. To be eligible for this award, a blogger must blog about the importance of One World, One Family of Mankind, and One Love.
2. Recipients should Nominate 5 people who have demonstrated through their writing a love of the Human Family that encompasses all without regard for differences.
3. Give credit and thanks to the person who passes the award to you.
So, here are my 6 Nominees (yes, I know I’m technically breaking my own rule but, really, it’s not the first time! Why do think I’m called IdealistREBEL. I can’t even tell myself what to do!):
- nadine mikhael
- valentine logar
- karen wan