ACTION, using the power of the internet...

Another "in between post"...
I've had too much coffee and have the shakes. Not ideal for the finishing touches I am tackling. Good time to stop and think.

Millions of peoples lives devastated.
Nature is lashing out.
Helplessness and grief radiating.

Pondering, reflecting and now reacting.

Power. We all have very little in the light of the current natural disasters that have hit Burma and China.
The Power to react: we all have.
I have chosen to use the power at my finger tips.
I have never been politically inclined but I guess this makes me an.... online activist?
Feels quite OK...

If you would like to find out what the heck I'm rambling on about check out the Hunger Site.
Well worth the visit and I 'm sure, like me, you'll end up clicking more than once..


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