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Working to Change the World

I love this blogger and her wonderful knack at finding and sharing interesting and enlightening posts, stories and blogs. So not claiming to have received this myself since I have been unable to accomplish the steps involved in reposting the awards I have received (phones are complicated for us old folks!:-) but I do want to share the list of blogs that are helping change the world.
Margaret Mead once said to never doubt the power of a small group if committed citizens to change tge world-indeed she said it was the only thing that ever had:-)
I perceive bloggers to be the determined recipients of Mead’s advice. Most of us do believe in the power we all have to create a better world. I believe that the more people connect with one another, share ideas and support the faster that change will come.
One man in Tunisia lit a fuse to a powder keg of change that is still exploding across the Earth as people in every country build the changes street by street, blog by blog, nation by nation.



I am creating this new award to recognize those bloggers at WordPress who are working to make a difference in the world.

Recipients of the Working to Change the World Award work hard and sincerely to make the world a better place, using their compassion, love, and understanding, and promoting open minds, free communication of ideas and, above all, peace.

There are people who do not accept awards who are deserving, and I just want you to know that I appreciate all of the work that you do on your Blog here at WordPress, and I am proud to be part of the WordPress Family with you.

The Rules:

  1. Post the award on your blog
  2. Link back to the person you nominated you
  3. List one thing — however small — that you think would make the world better if everyone did it
  4. Nominate bloggers whom you feel help to Change

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Some doctors refused to treat emission-area residents: report

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Doctors fear negative consequences to their careers if they speak out, and in one case, one lab refused to process a test, says Dr. Margaret Sears, an Ontario expert in toxicology and health who will appear this week at a special hearing into complaints about emissions from the Baytex oilsands operation 32 kilometres south of Peace River.In a rare move, the energy regulator called a special ten-day public hearing, starting in Peace River Tuesday, to examine whether emissions from wells or from bitumen heated in storage tanks could be causing health problems, including dizziness, headaches, cognitive impairment and sleeping problems among residents who left their homes.

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Celebration of Life – SaLuSa 19 Jan 2014 – by Multidimensional Ocean

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Multidimensional Ocean

light-green-vector-flowers-abstract-backgrounds-free-background-hdDear ones, we come again with an update for you on behalf of the Galactic Federation.

Today let us speak of one or two topics that are dear to our hearts. The first topic concerns the rigidity of the world that you live on. As members and representatives of the Galactic Federation, we are proud to see you do your duty on a daily basis. A duty of love of all that is, and a duty of creation of love all around you.

Once again, we wish to congratulate you on your endeavours on planet Earth. You have been selected with the greatest care for a mission of the upmost importance, as you are well aware of.

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Vienna: The City of Ethereal Horses~

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Vienna is full of gorgeous horses, in the flesh and depicted in stunning classical statues all over the city.

There are the famous Lipizzaner stallions housed in the equally famous Spanish Riding School.

And there are beautiful carriage horses working all over the magical city.

The Lipizzaner stallions are one of the oldest breeds in Europe.

I viewed them several times not performing but during their morning exercise.

I prefer seeing horses more naturally.

The stallions are brought to Vienna when they are four year olds and are then trained in classical dressage.

There are only 3,000 Lipizzaner’s registered worldwide.


Vienna is an incredibly beautiful city and horse lovers will find much to admire in addition to the incomparable art, architecture, history, music and culture. And please don’t forget the Viennese pastry! I certainly cannot. I would like to be beamed there right now for some delectable pastry mit schlag…

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