This contest is closed while we determine the finalists. Stay tuned....
We all make a difference. We all have a gift, purpose, and reason for being
here. Some of us listen more closely to the whispers of a calling than others
and are more certain of their purpose but no matter the size of our action, the
tiniest pebble leaves a ripple.
This site was created on the basis that when you were a little girl,
you had big girl dreams and that you are meant to make a difference in your
world even if that world is a small one.
Molly was 11 years old fighting cancer and she thought of other sick
children at the hospital by bringing them bracelets and making them smile.
Melvin greeted others in his wheelchair and broken speech despite suffering from
Parkinson’s. They were mighty in what they gave to others and it is why I am
writing this today.
Describe in 300 words or less how you are making a positive
impact in your world. I want you to share how you are making a difference in
your world, whether it be for a few or many. Maybe you raise funds for animal causes or you tutor at-risk youth. Perhaps you deliver meals for the homebound or create cards for those that are sick.
A panel of judges will choose 3
finalists. Then, an open call for votes from the community will be weighed by
the judges for the final winner. If chosen, the winner will receive an
inspirational bracelet with the words 'be strong and courageous", a lilac headband with the word "courage", a handstamped "dream" keychain, and an Artful Rising prompted
This is a contest of skill. No purchase is necessary to win nor will
any purchase increase chance of winning. In order to participate, (1) you must
be a resident of the U.S. or Canada, (2) be either a follower of the My Purpose
My World blog, a subscriber to the newsletter, OR receive updates to your
email. If you do one of the last two then include which email address you use
for the service, and (3) enter below with your essay (in the comments section).
Contest begins June 13 and ends June 20 at 9:00 am Central. Three finalists will be chosen and revealed by June 29. We will then open up community voting. These will then be weighed by the judges but will not determine the winner solely. This is to ensure that the winner will be one chosen by their skill and not computer manipulation.
Enter below and be acknowledged for the great things you are doing for
others. And thank you for living your purpose.
I am linking up with Jenny Matlock for the letter D.