Occupy Blogosphere 34

It was Gandhi’s birthday on Tuesday 2nd October. On that day The Global Awesomeness Report posted this on their Facebook Page:

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I think this quote is particularly good for Occupy Blogosphere Thursday, because that’s what we are doing, each week, with our little shots of light and positivity!

The Occupy Blogosphere movement was started by Amy, author of Souldipper’s Blog, to light up the Blogosphere with a shot of positive energy, each week. To read her most recent post ~ and for more information on how to join in, please click here: http:souldipper.wordpress.com

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Author: Jacqueline King

Happily retired and living each day as it comes. I have enough, I am content. It doesn't get better than that! 😍

8 thoughts on “Occupy Blogosphere 34”

  1. What a beautiful quote to share with us. We have an election next month and I wish more people in the world would know that you don’t have to shout to be heard.

    1. I appreciate the quietly spoken far more than those who holler and make a hullabaloo, too, Rosie! It would make such a pleasant change if politicians realised that! 🙂

  2. You’ve presented one of my heroes, Jacqueline, and I hadn’t heard that quote before. It’s so true. Sometimes it’s hard to be the quiet, gentle force. Sometimes it would feel good to be able to stand on a mountain and roar mightily. Perhaps there is a reason it’s hard to climb a mountain! 🙂

  3. Like souldipper, this man has always been one of my heroes, too. 🙂 “Be the change you wish to see in the world” is one of my all-time favorite quotes (also Gandhi’s!). Thanks for sharing this one.

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