Monday, January 16, 2012

I Have A Dream...

(International dolls by Queen Holden)

I hope that someday we will live in a world
where we can view each person as worthy of respect and love.
Where people of all skin colors, nationalities, religions,
 and economic status can live side by side.
A world where we treat each other with kindness.
I have a dream...





21 comments:

  1. I think that day will come...but not in OUR life time. Sad.

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  2. Beautiful visual. Beautiful reminder.

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  3. Let us strive towards this dream!

    Warmest wishes,

    Stephanie

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  4. You know I am always drawn to those sweet little dolls of all nations in the flea markets. Something just so sweet about knowing the culture and history of our sisters and brothers. Beautiful...Renee

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  5. Lovely post Gayle. You have expressed it so well. This is a really beautiful set of dolls. I'd love to see some of the outfits!

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  6. Some of the best words ever written - we are just so slow to put them to work...

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  7. If we all strive toward that dream perhaps we can make it come true. Stella

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  8. Kindness could go such a long way in helping our world. I think people are forgetting the golden rule of "love thy neighbor as thyself".

    The current political atmosphere needs a dose of kindness!

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  9. We must hold on to that dream.
    Thanks!

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  10. Nice reminder for MLK Day. Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog about the food and for inviting me to go on Pinterest. Guess what - I'm already on there! :-)

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  11. The dolls of the world are delightful, we should all follow that dream!

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  12. A wonderful dream and post! blessings,Kathleen

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  13. Love your sweet paper dolls.
    Hugs
    donna

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  14. Beautiful paperdolls and beautiful message!

    Betsy

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  15. That's a great illustration for a great Dream. The road next door to us, here in rural(ish) southern France, is Allée Martin Luther King. I keep wondering if I could suggest to our mayor that we should celebrate there next year!

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  16. Oh, wouldn't that be a nice place to live!

    Have agreat weekend.

    Melinda

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  17. Beautiful post... I do hope it happens one day..

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