The 2011 Nobel peace prize was recently awarded to Tawakkul Karman, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and Leyman Gbowee of Liberia, all leaders in their respective countries for promoting civil rights.
For today’s topic, consider a local peace prize for your workplace, town or your community. Who in your daily world deserves to be recognized for promoting peace and goodwill?
If you can’t think of someone you know today, was there someone who comes to mind?
I thought and thought of someone I can recognize for promoting peace and goodwill. I have not run into anyone lately who fits that description. I’ve met nothing but mean and uncaring people in the last few years. There’s been very little kindness shown toward me. I’ve tried to get help for my gang stalking problem, but no one will even listen. If I had met someone who showed an iota of kindness toward me, that is the person I would choose to recognize as someone promoting peace and goodwill. But no one deserves this prize. Maybe the homeless man I wrote about in my blog. The homeless man who put a smile on my face. Yes, that’s who I would choose. The homeless man who showed kindness toward me. He was homeless, had nowhere to sleep, but, yet, he was a gentleman to me. Maybe that’s why he was homeless, too sensitive for today’s world. So the Nobel peace prize would go to the homeless man who gave me flowers and put a smile on my face. I’m still feeling his kindness. Every time I see a flower, I think of him. And I’m able to smile.
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