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The 2014 Liebster Blog Award has a new look.

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from:

Barbara at IdealistRebel

Liebster-Award.2014Thank you Barbara, my dear friend
and blogger extraordinaire at Idealist Rebel.

The Idealist Rebel blog
is one of my WordPress favorite blogs.
I’ve found more interesting bloggers from reblogs
and comments there than from my own searches.

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Barbara blogs on a variety of subjects and she reblogs lots of great posts too. She’s very much loved at WordPress and she loves to give and receive virtual awards and hugs. Click her link and say I sent you by… you’ll love her blog I’m sure. If you click on the award image, you can view Barbara’s creation, “mystique” painting that she’s submitted for acceptance of her award. 

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Many Thanks and Hugs Barbara! 

NOTE: I enlarged the badge and I added an imperfect maroon border onto the image. 

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I’ve searched for 20 blogs I follow for being active bloggers
that have a hundred followers or fewer… My nominations for
the 2014 Liebster Blog Award are:

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More 2014 Liebster Award images
[the
black border is not on these images]

Liebster-Award-2014.avjLiebster-Award-2014.bws

Liebster AwardALSO:
For this awarding group,
please accept the original
Liebster Award badge.

This Liebster Award
badge is for blogs with
no more than 200 followers…
it may remain on display
even after exceeding 200…

the two awards are separate. .

 

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Rules for accepting the 2014 Liebster Blog Award:

  • Thank the blogger that nominated you.
  • Write a short poem – or – a short story
    describing your blog and/or you.
  • Nominate 3 or more fellow bloggers and post a comment
    on their blog informing them that they are nominated/awarded.

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My acceptance poem:

AliDove-of-Truthgning Dove

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Observed perceptions refine;
receive aligning pliancies,
Holy Spirit doth divine,
etiolates errant audacities.

Truth doth Holiness ignite
communion knowing love;
fruits of spirit recite,
His ascendance above.

Expansive flows His reign;
consuming compassion;
elucidating hearts sane
His mercy seat fashion.

Hath thine heart love
of His Holy Grace forms;
Spirit, soars His Dove
dost illumine beasts lorn.  

  

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I wanted to capture in my poem tenacity for seeking holy wisdom and also how I view the Spirit fading from our hearts all negativity to align finally our accepting of divinity in loving luminosity of His light. For some, especially non-religious, the coming of God’s grace may seem harsh. This is not at all how His coming seems to me. However, my poem reflects the very human healing of this with the struggle intact until that final moment. The image came from a google search gallery.

My awards page is here.
Thankfully, I display these awards.
It is my great pleasure to share them.

A note on posting awards:
When posting awards, it is best to post them
onto a page and include the name of the award
and how you came to get it. It happens that 
awards are a very popular search item and 
unless you prefer not to be found, this is best.

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