A Simple Cure for the Daily Prompt

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We live in a sad world where bullying takes the lives of others ~ literally.  Just where I live alone, there have been so many teenage suicides directly as a result of bullying.  It truly breaks my heart that someone feels there’s no hope except to take their own life in order to rid themselves of that living hell.  Having been a teacher for 11 years, I’ve seen it myself, broken people lashing out with venom on innocent others, desperately trying to rid themselves of the ugliness they feel inside. The pain and suffering that spews forth from that single feeling of being unloved can forever change the lives of many.  I’ve witnessed the ravages left by bullying.  My heart has cried for all of those involved.

So when today’s Daily Prompt showed up, I knew it was that special brand of synchronicity that was blossoming in my life again.  Today’s Daily Prompt asks what a painless, inexpensive cure for a single ailment ~ I looked around the world, looked at all the ailments in it and then I was sent something to share with you.   I know we all have busy lives, but this one is worth the 20 minutes.  It’s Sunday ~ perhaps you could find a little bit of time to just ‘be’ in your day and hear those special words…

~ Love Yourself ~ Love Others ~ You are Loved. ~

Daily Prompt: Placebo Effect

If you could create a painless, inexpensive cure for a single ailment, what would you cure and why?

Cure the Bullies with LOVE!!!

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/11/03/daily-prompt-health/

Shine On!

xo

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32 thoughts on “A Simple Cure for the Daily Prompt

  1. I’ve watched this inspiring man before. How wonderful; thank you for bringing him up again. Love your post it’s a lovely, warm thing to read on my Sunday morning. Hello from the gird at Nano… 🙂

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  3. I’ve seen him before and greatly admire him and his family. Thanks you for highlighting him and his message. It is bravery like this that makes it all so clear to the rest of us.

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