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Merry Christmas

To anyone who follows this blog or to those who might read this post, I want to wish you all a peaceful and blissful Christmas.

This blog increasingly focuses on the ideals of justice and fairness for all no matter what your creed, sexual orientation, gender identity or social status in life. Let us hope that we work our way to a more peaceful world and that one day all people will be able to thrive through having the minimum requirements in life which are a roof over their heads, access to clean water and a warm meal in their stomach. All this being made possible through some sort of gainful employment.

Social justice for all shouldn't be a luxury but instead a basic human right.

God bless!





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  1. Merry Christmas to you, too, Joanna! Your daily post here is quite a gift for all of us. Thank you so much.

    Emma

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  2. I agree with Emma - really enjoy reading your blogs! Great photo - hope you have a very happy holiday! x

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  3. Thanks Emma and Rhiannon and Merry Christmas!

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  4. Merry Christmas. Nice festive look!

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