Sometimes all it takes is seeing the positivity of another to bring back to the surface of ones own soul his or her own positive side.
100 Thousand Poets for Change is an organization filled with positive energy that stretches around the world. Today it includes musicians.
I had lost this information due to a computer glitch and thus I had forgotten about the site. I am lucky enough to be connected to another poet here in my own town who is a part of 100 Thousand Poets for Change. Her blog moonbridgebooks is a blog filled with among other things helpful information for those who write. Her blog can be found here.
There is another blog that I have discovered that is filled with beauty and wisdom that I wish to pass along to anyone searching for either. The blog is called: GinGetz
As always many thanks to Amy at Soul Dipper for making the positive Thursday Occupy Blogosphere possible.
I’m so glad you have connected with Gin, too, Raven, but I’m not surprised. Both of you have the sweetest effect on me. So relieved that people like you exist.
Thank you for sharing!! 😉
one of my other blog friends is hosting things for this as well….pretty cool when all the voices can pull together and make a difference…
is that header new or am i just noticing it? i like
Hi Brian. I am far behind. 😉 Yes, it is new. Thank you.
Wow…..she writes music without notes.
Thanks for sharing her link and for being a part of honouring what’s good.
Yes, I am greatful to be here.
Though not polished on my blogging etiquette, I would really like to thank you for the kind mention, Amy. There is something special in “meeting” both you and Liz. I feel fortunate and excited. Hard to explain that… will give it some thought and probably bombard you with one of my long winded explanations (yikes, she says…). In the meanwhile, I keep this brief and sincere: THANK YOU.
You are most welcome. Can you tell how far behind I am? LOL
I love the work of Poets for Change and only with that Poets Against War was still active. Thanks for intor to new blogger. Great Occupy piece.
I do too … I knew them, even submitted a poem or two.