Dr Niamh On The Plum Tree

Childhood Imagination Sows Seeds of Future Brilliance

Light a Candle in your Heart!

You shared your photos. You posted songs. You sent in poems, and moving, sometimes difficult, videos. You added words of comfort and solace. You spent Valentine’s day in the company of others sharing hope and a cause. It was an unusual day, a fulfilling and inspiring one.

Members of Child Help Line International posted reminders of why, our cause. The Plum Tree Public page is a lingering testament to children, to the loved and the abused.

Heart-warming stories can be viewed still. Songs can be listened to, and videos can be watched. Better than TV!

It was a risk to promote Every Child is Entitled to Innocence on Valentine’s Day. Valentine is the patron saint of all things love, according to catholic beliefs.  So, in my opinion, it was a good day to present the Orangeberry publication about childhood innocence and what happens when a child is abused instead of loved.

Please continue to support this cause. Buy the book. All proceeds to Child help Line International. http://www.childhelplineinternational.org/

Buy The Book! http://www.amazon.com/Every-Child-Entitled-Innocence-ebook/dp/B0077E6F60

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4 comments on “Light a Candle in your Heart!

  1. 10 Day Book Club
    February 16, 2012

    Consider sharing in 10 Day Book Club for further exposure. We are accepting manuscripts now for the April session. You can see more on the 10dbc website or you can send a message to bookclub@10daybookclub.com

    Thanks for all you do. – Gayle Gross

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    • theobblog
      February 16, 2012

      thank You! Certainly! Will do. Message on its way.

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  2. karenselliott
    February 16, 2012

    Good reminder and follow-up, Niamh. What a fulfilling day for a special publication.

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  3. DiAnne Ebejer
    February 16, 2012

    A most special day for an important and special cause. Most certainly will continue to spread the word.

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