Friday, December 11, 2015

See Beautiful

Hey All.

Guess what?  It's time for This Moment See Beautiful.  I know I normally show you a short video of all the ways I See Beautiful but this month I want to tell you a See Beautiful Story.  See back in September/October my momma's kids (that's the youth at our church) did something beautiful.  They saw on the See Beautiful blog a thingy about the "Fight to Live Woman" in Rwanda.  These are 48 woman who came together to support one another because of the terrible things that has happened there.  They all have kids and things were bleak and they not only worried about themselves but worried about the care and future of their children. 

So these woman came together and bought a piece of land and wanted to start a coffee farm to ensure their survival but the hope for the future of their kids by providing a reliable income.  And income that would provide their kids an education so that their future would be brighter and filled with hope.  But these woman needed help in getting coffee trees to plant.  That's where Kula Project came in to lend a hand.  And through Kula project they could get help in buying 1,000 coffee trees which with hard work would provide them with a sustainable income.  And that's where my momma's kids come in.  The kids spend over a month raising awareness and money to send them so they could buy the trees.  Momma's kid worked so hard and did all kinds of stuff to raise that awareness and money.  The kids just fell in love with those 48 Fight to Live woman.  Momma was so proud of her kids.  And they raised a lot of green papers to help.  Those green papers were sent to Kula Project along with beautiful hand made cards and posters the kids made to encourage these woman.  And all that was hand delivered by Kula Project and by none other than Miss Lydia from See Beautiful.  Momma's kids have not stopped there.  They continue to pray for these woman and their children and they continue to raise awareness about their fight.  Just last week momma received a very special gift from Kula Project and from these woman and here it is.

It is a BEAUTIFUL Peace Basket

WOW!  See when you see beautiful, then share beautiful, beautiful just comes right back around right to you.  And the world is becoming more and more beautiful.  Come on and join in seeing, sharing, and creating beautiful.
Blessings,
Buddy


16 comments:

  1. that is such a wonderful story and a wonderful gift they sent you - beautiful indeed

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  2. a wonderful story to share at this time of he year. i love the photo of them in the trees. God bless them and all of you that have helped them. beautiful basket and of course Buddy you are really beautiful

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  3. that is a wonderful basket brother... and I love that your kids helped that women to get their coffee farm. Ans always when we have a cup of coffee in the morning we will remember this post... and we will remember that nearly efurrything is possible with the helping hands and paws of friends :o)

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  4. How cool! Thanks for sharing your story
    Lily & Edward

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  5. What a pawesome story!! It's grreat that those kids have done so much to help.

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  6. What a pawesome story!! It's grreat that those kids have done so much to help.

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  7. Buddy what a beautiful post and OMCs that basket is lovely.
    We send purrs to these brave and industrious women and their children
    Hugs madi your bfff
    PS your first Christmas card is beautiful too

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  8. What a wonderful story of truly seeing beautiful!!

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  9. We love stories of reliance. They are beautiful.

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  10. Wow, a peace basket is a wonderfully beautiful thing!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  11. buddy....yur baskit ewe reeceeved az a gift IZ beauty full az iz thiz storee...we N joyed reedin it.... & we wish much success two theeze woman, now... N for generationz ta come....heerz ta sellin a 90 bazillion coffees frum theeze treez ♥♥♥♥♥

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  12. Gosh that was a grand story of Seeing Beautiful Idea come to Beautiful OUTCOME!!! Love the Peace Basket...

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  13. Thank you for this wonderful story. I have pinned it to my "People Are Awesome" board and +1'd it for my circle of Google friends. The world needs to hear more about the beautiful difference young people make.

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