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One of the first things that people do before starting on their 60-mile walk at the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure is dedicate their walk to friends and loved ones who have fought breast cancer, in the form of little handwritten notes.


The notes are strung together to make one huge, fluttering banner of hope that is hoisted up on a flagpole.


There's also a big wall where people can write out their goals, words of encouragement or more notes of dedication and love.




With so many words of faith, love and hope, how can you not be inspired to walk those 60 miles?



This photo was inspired by the Photo Hunt theme of the week. Feel free to leave links to your own Photo Hunt entries below. And for more written things, click here.

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Anonymous said...

I'm glad you are thinking about the victims of cancer. Did you ever connect our own actions might relate to the causes of cancer? We can race for the cure, but we can't run from the cause: our toxic habits.

Don't you seen the irony? You're pushing toxic toys like zuzu pets?

All your toys become waste and cancer for somebody else.

Watch the children in the first video, fast forward to 2min
http://conceptlab.com/deadmedia/

Your blog mentions cancer 92 times, recycling 11, and zero about ewaste.

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