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Saturday, 10 May 2008

Stand for the children


Taken from Michelle's blog. Thank you for posting this, Michelle!

The Pledge for the Standing Women (see video below) reads...

Last May hundreds of thousands of women and girls, along with the men and boys they love, in 75 countries and on all continents of the world stood together in parks, on beaches, in churches, at graduation ceremonies, in their backyards and at school yards or anyplace they could find to stand in a global wave of humanity in support of a better world for our children.

We invite women and their families everywhere to take this "stand" with us again, on May 11 at 1pm local time for just 5 minutes, to rekindle the world with our common vision.

We stand for the world's children and grandchildren, and for the seven generations beyond them.
We dream of a world where all of our children have safe drinking water, clean air to breathe, and enough food to eat.
A world where they have access to a basic education to develop their minds and healthcare to nurture their growing bodies.
A world where they have a warm, safe and loving place to call home. A world where they don't live in fear of violence-in their home, in their neighborhood, in their school or in their world.
This is the world of which we dream.
This is the cause for which we stand.

To learn more and register your standing, go to the Standing Women website at http://www.standingwomen.org/


Let us all stand and send out positive energy together. Standing, thinking about the children, may seem like such a simplistic action to take, but I believe that the thoughts, prayers, wishes, energies of millions of women (and this isn't restricted to women) will make a difference... surely!

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  1. Hello Tint, I really like your photography! I found your blog via Michelle's, but she has mentioned your blog before. I also participated in this pledge. I'll be back to browse some of your older photography posts.
    PS: I'm in Cape Town ;-)

  2. That's true about positive energy or 'vibes' as Jamaicans call it.

    Ever noticed, if you're with someone who's is in a bad mood, how it drags you down? Same with positive vibes, your spirits get lifted.

  3. Hi Tint, I found you via Michelle too - I was glad to Stand (and post) on Sunday, and I'll Stand with you on this!


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