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{January 21, 2012}   Will you stand up?

I’ve written before about loving the show, “What would you do?” because it reminds me that there ARE good people left in this world willing to stand up for others who are mistreated. I know I have fellow bloggers who are willing to stand up and I want you guys to prove it by standing up for someone who needs it.

Today’s post is a strong urge to go read my friend Dayle’s post about a little girl being denied her rights to a transplant due to being mentally handicapped. The atrocity brings tears to my eyes and I urge you to go read HER post on it, and follow the links to sign a petition that could help this little girl.

One should never think they are above another or have the right to deny another because YOU could be put in the same position some day.



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