I hope they did!! I think so far you're nearly the only one without dog poop on their minds this week! Now what does that say about us???? Have a great week, Loran! Enjoy your trip!Sylvia
The right mission indeed!
If only someone in DC would listen.
yup, what a message, and appropriate to the world today.have a lovely week.
You were much more altruistic than I! Well done.
what positive message,profound micro-fiction!
I do wonder the same too,would anyone in DC listen, indeed.great take!Mine is hereHappy Monday!Happy MM!hugsshakira
If only that message could get through!
I went to the exhibit these monks were from.Trust me, for the monks in the exhibit it was very much about commercial success.
A thoughtful response. We need more messages like this in the world.
A very appropriate message that should be delivered by everybody.
I second that wish. Lovely MM.My MM: Standout
Yes, perfect for the photo and for our world. Let there be peace.
If there is any place that needs to get that message it's Washington, D.C.!
How cool that you've been to Bhutan. I think that would be a better place in which to experience their true culture! Thanks for coming over to visit!
PERFECT, Loran. I surely wish someone would send that message to Washington DC...... PUH-LEASE!!!!Hugs,Betsy
Well said. Let's hear it for the Monks. Excellent. Have a good week ahead :)
I bet they did...I just wish Congress would listen! Nice one.
If God is the DJ, then Life is the dance floor; Love is the rhythm, and You are the music"
Love that shot! I took my son to D.C. for the first time in his life. I was covering the Pro-Second Amendment rally and took him along. He video taped the event for me, while I photographed it and took notes. He is a very tall kid. At almost 6 feet tall, he towers over little 5' 2" me. He was thrilled to be in the VIP press section with me. We walked all over D.C. and even got to see the President taking off in his helicopter from the roof of the White House!
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