Saturday, October 03, 2015

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Three Things To Inspire Your Weekend (28)


Quote of the day:
Find your voice and inspire others to find theirs. 
-Stephen Covey 




image: Daily Telegraph

Last month, on the 28th of September, the Moon turned a shade of red in various parts of the world -a result of the Earth moving between the Sun and the Moon. According to Nasa, it is the first time in more than 30 years that the world will witness a supermoon in combination with a lunar eclipse, and the phenomenon occurs when the moon is full at its perigee - the closest part of its orbit around Earth -meaning it appears larger than usual in the sky.



image: HuffingtonPost

US Basketball player, John Wall of the Washington Wizards has donated over $400,000 to a charity that helps kids whose families are in shelters or transitional housing. Bright Beginnings which provides support to around 162 kids daily, is hoping to start a second child development center that would serve an additional 100 children. 


image: ArchDaily

As seen on Arch Daily's 10 most impressive houses of 2015, a house designed by Architects Olson Kundig Architects and located in Okanogan County, Washington, US.  Set in the remote Methow Valley, the house has compositions of four separate detached structures, that surrounds a central courtyard. Each structure is rotated toward the different dramatic elements in the surrounding landscape. 




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Current Listen:- Al Green -Lets Stay Together




43 comments:

  1. You know I missed the blood moon! I was so sad about that! I couldn't see it through the cloud cover.

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  2. Bright Beginnings - what a great idea.

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  3. They are all awesome, but I love that house. Genius.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ☺

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  4. Sweet! That will benefit a lot of kids. :)
    It was clouded over up here in Fargo, ND in the US. That's a wonderful shot!

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  5. we missed the moon due to cloudy skies. :(

    doesn't the rev. al green have a marvy voice?

    have a good weekned, luv! :)

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  6. The super moon was beautiful... I have a bunch of photos of her!
    In late July we had "Blue moon" and now "the Blood Moon"!!!
    Life is beautiful :))

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  7. Your blood moon,
    they said, must wait.
    It was too cloudy at 5
    to see it, they said
    when I finally woke at 8.

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  8. I set my alarm to see the blood moon but it was very foggy when I woke up. I decided I wouldn't go out into the cold if I wasn't going to get a good view.

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  9. Very beautiful.
    I wish you a great weekend.

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  10. That's a very special moon photo. It was not a blood moon here, but very large.

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  11. Wonderful moon, I very sadly missed it. I'm very impressed by that basketball player...

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  12. This post is absolutely stunning! Wishing you a happy Friday!

    http://fairyland111.blogspot.com/

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  13. An outstanding post! I missed the blood moon, but the pictures were stunning.

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  14. Awesome for him to donate. Not sure I'd want to live in that house

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  15. Unfortunately we could not see the moon, it was cloudy, but this moon photo was very beautiful !!!!!!
    We like to see the generosity of John Wall as it will help many children !!!!
    Very cool this house is amazing !!!!
    And thank you for your comment on our blog !!! We were very happy to read it !!!!!
    Have a great weekend !!!!
    A meow of Frida and Bilbo

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  16. Bright beginnings is an awesome investment in the future!

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  17. I love that pic of the moon. So beautiful. I wonder what city it's in. I'm betting Chicago or Philly. Thanks!

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  18. Love your inspiration Friday posts. Were you able to see the red super moon?

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  19. thank you for sharing good news!

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  20. I was so sorry I didn't see the blood moon, it was cloudy in Toronto.

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  21. I really look forward to your Weekend Inspirations. Thanks so much.
    We saw the Blood moon here in Texas and it was just awesome...so pretty and so glad we were able to see it. Not having a good camera, I didn't get a photo but have enjoyed others on the web.
    Have a beautiful weekend.

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  22. Great stories. I'm especially touched by the charity one. Good people in this world!

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  23. That moon looked fantastic over here, too; I did take a picture but it is still on my camera and may take a while before it appears in my blog - and then of course it won't look anywhere near as spectacular as yours.

    Always good to see when someone who has money spends it on something useful and not just squanders it all away on expensive women and cars...

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  24. Doesn't the moon look great. Over here it was at it's best in the early hours of the morning. I got up twice during the night to take a look but sadly seemed to miss it! Thanks for an uplifting post.

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  25. Wow that house looks incredible :)

    Rachel xx
    http://www.thedailyluxe.net

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  26. Sadly, I didn't get to see the moon. Another missed opportunity!

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  27. interesting post! I like celebs who contribute towards charity! :)

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  28. Thanks for highlighting John Wall's generosity.

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  29. In giving, even a little can be seen as a lot.

    each day
    the hands of care
    a step

    _m

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  30. No blood moon here - clouds got in the way.
    I took a Stephen Covey course many years ago to help me organize my time. My oldest daughter who was in high school went too. Later we sent the second daughter to the course. It was a big help for all of us. I still do many of the things I was taught in that class like prioritizing tasks for the week, listing things to do, and long term planning.

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  31. I wish I had seen that blue moon. Beautiful pic!...Christine

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  32. I got a few photos of the eclipse, it was cloudy here when the moon first came up so I felt fortunate to see anything...I will be way too old for the next one:)

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  33. Love the quote today. I learned a lot from the books of Stephen Covey :)

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  34. Hi Blogoratti! I think that finding your voice is one of the most powerful things you can do. Each person has a unique voice that deserves to be heard. My husband and I went out to see the super moon eclipse here in Victoria, British Columbia, where it was a gorgeous reddish orange. Spectacular. Thanks for getting my weekend off to an inspired start!

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  35. That is a wonderful house, I love the way it seems to echo the surrounding landscape.

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  36. That second story is great - good for him! I love hearing about people that support charities/things they care about.

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  37. Supermoon, big moon, bright moon, shines on us.
    Great hopes.

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  38. I feel sports playeres get payed way too much for waht they do, esp when you consider what our troops do that actually has lasting affect and is so dangerous. But when I hear or read of such things like this, that is jsut so lovely. thanks for bringing to our attention. So glad there are many out there who are indeed very giving people with big hearts.

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  39. I love the first photo !
    Hugs

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  40. I wish people were generous to those in need. I started giving money to them about two times a month. I can afford it, not much, but still. I'm glad I can help a little.

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