… and world peace.

It’s been several years since Gracie Hart (played by Sandra Bullock) uttered those words in the fictional Miss United States beauty pageant. But what still holds true to this day is the way people are wishing for more attainable goals, implying that world peace is not. Come to think of it, quite a few of us are too deeply embroiled in our own worries, like saving up for our kids’ tuitions and even signing up for a burial policy just to make sure our kids wouldn’t have to worry about us when that inevitable day comes.

So when Teacher Deity came by earlier today to tag me, I just had to stop and think. Have I been thinking too much of my own worries? When was the last time I looked up from my own puddle of woes and thought about other people for a change?

Amor y Paz

Here are the rules:

1. If you get tagged or not (and want to play along), take some minutes to meditate about love and peace, pray for countries that are facing troubles, for those people you love and those you don’t.

2. Write a post with links to blogs that you think would like to participate

3. Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme.

I am tagging the following:

Sam, Sis Mari, Lazarus, Raymond and Panaderos, and all those who wish to participate.

Let there be world peace.

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  1. this is such a wonderful post…thank you so much for helping spread the word…there are lots of inocent people that hope for a better life!…thank you

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