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Inspired to Create a Poster

Posted by lindamartinandersen on July 2, 2016

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“Inspired to Create a Poster,” by Linda Martin Andersen

Today, I read a note that inspired me to create a poster.  What has inspired you today?




Copyright 2016. Linda Martin Andersen

Copyright 2016. Linda Martin Andersen


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21 Responses to “Inspired to Create a Poster”

  1. Jinnette said

    Love it!❤️

    Sent from my iPad


  2. Your poster has definitely inspired me! Such calming colours, so restful to the eyes.

  3. So happy to see you post today, Linda. I’ll share your inspiring poster on Facebook and Pinterest. Sending you more happy heart hugs. ❤

  4. Kathleen said

    Definitely a sentiment we need more of today in our world. Thank you Linda. ❤

  5. nice to see you back on your blog again, Linda. Hope you’re doing better. A day at a time. That could be another poster!

  6. Joan Y. Edwards said

    Dear Linda,
    Love your creative and inspiring saying! Love you!

  7. Today I heard wonderful commentaries about concentration camp survivor Eilie Weisel and his amazing books. He brought meaning to his experiences as a teen in Ausciwtz and Buckenwald concentration camps.His book, Night, is reaad world wide and used with children who are studying the Holocaust.Weisel has left a great legacy.

    • Thank you so much for sharing this, Janis. I’m so glad you had an opportunity to hear these commentaries. Indeed,a wonderful legacy this concentration camp survivor leaves behind. The world grows in knowledge and understanding. Praying for peace!

  8. Bee Halton said

    Amen to that my dear 🙂

  9. Bee Halton said

    Reblogged this on Just Fooling Around With Bee or The Bee Writes… and commented:
    We should heed that advice 🙂

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