Praying for the World.

I don’t usually make a post so soon after another one, but this was rather necessary for me.
If any of my readers have been following Mei (from Ice Pandora ♥) blog posts, you should know that her mum isn’t doing very well at the moment. And after reading her latest post about making paper cranes and stars, I thought I’d make a small post dedicated to her and her mum ♥
So these cranes are for you Mei.
I’m not very skilled at Origami, and I don’t really have a lot of pretty paper, but I thought I’d let you know I care. And that I really really hope that your wish for your mum to get better comes true.
But not only that, I’m also dedicating my cranes to every single person out there who needs.
For those in Queensland who are suffering from floods, those in Perth who are getting Bush Fires, for my friends and family who aren’t feeling that well, and just for better and brighter days for everyone.
So I’m asking you all to take the challenge to maybe make one or two cranes and dedicate it to Mei or to someone who really needs a wish right now. There won’t be any prizes or anything, because you need to do this from the heart.
So I challenge you to take that step and help someone out there, even if it’s just showing that you care by  making a simple paper crane. Because any of us could be going through something similar right now.

I pray for better days and for a better future for all of us.
♥ ♥ ♥

Ps/ For those who don’t know, there’s a story that if you fold 1000 paper cranes, you’ll be granted with a wish. Even if you don’t believe in it, just by doing it shows that you care for someone else. It’s the thought that counts really.

Pps/ And please, if you’re going to say something rude or mean, just don’t say it.

Also here’s a link to learn how to make paper cranes: HERE

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