Following on from yesterdays post … it’s day two of the quote challenge that Niki at The Richness of a Simple Life nominated me for … and here’s my quote of the day:
This has long been a favourite of mine. I first came across it when I was at university and I had to complete a museum review for my studies. It was engraved on an exhibit that housed little, tiny children’s shoes. Shoes of children who had perished in German concentration camps. The meaning being clear … when we see evil and injustice, cruelty or inhumanity in the world, we must take a stand. We must fight for decency and what is right. I see the relevance of this quote in so many aspects of life now. I’ve had three trips to southern Africa in the last couple of years and the poaching of magnificent animals like rhino and elephant made me think of this quote and the good people who are fighting every day to protect the unique wildlife of this world. Defend and aid those in need – I believe this quote is empowering in that respect.
Part of the challenge is for me to nominate three other bloggers to participate. I’m not entirely comfortable with that so … I’m going to recommend three blogs that I’ve really enjoyed reading. If those mentioned below would like to join in, then by all means, hit me with your best quotes! The rules should you choose to participate are as follows:
- Post for three consecutive days
- Posts can be one or three quotes per day
- Nominate three different blogs per day
So, today’s lucky winners are:
Danny at Dream Big Dream Often