Well, the International Blog Action Day has ended. I’d like to think my offering put another perspective out there that people will ponder — teach it to children. I say put the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in schools beginning in the first grade and make it a part of the yearly curriculum all through the grades. Keep the child’s inherent empathy alive so they grow up to be compassionate adults unwilling to tolerate, or be the cause, of the injustices in the world. Just imagine the future humanity could have.
I’ve tagged the post so the idea will come up in searches forever, so who knows? A ripple caused by dropping a pebble on the smooth surface of a pond would go on forever if not for that pond’s boundaries. The vast internet is that pond. If endless doesn’t describe it, I don’t know what does.
I started compiling the Exquisite Quills Holiday Anthology yesterday, and so far have the intro and author line-up done. The whole project is harder than I imagined, mentally and emotionally. One day I’ll explain that. My goal is to have it ready to launch on November 1st. If I get it done and the editors take a final look and sign off on it, I may put it up sooner.
I’m participating in theTrifecta this week, trying to capture the sense of a story in exactly 99 words.
I didn’t mention them yesterday in light of the day’s important topic, but I had some Wednesday happenings on my satellite blogs ~
National Grouch Day (yes you read that right)
The Horny Hump Day
First Kiss Wednesday
“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; What is essential is invisible to the eye.”
~ Antoine De Saint-Exupery
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