A first for A Wall of Hope; a guest post!
In this post, Jess Lohmann, author of children’s eco-fantasy book ‘Lily Bowers and the Uninvited Guest’ discusses what the book is all about, her inspiration for writing it, and her hope that it will show children everywhere that they have the power to change this world for the better.
Have a read and spread the word about this beautifully inspirational children’s tale, which is the first of a three-book ‘eco-fantasy’ series.
Just this month, Chris Nikic became the first ever person with Down syndrome to complete the Ironman Triathlon, one of the most demanding endurance events in human history.
A kind and determined character, and an inspiration to us all, Mr. Nikic is smashing stigmas, breaking records, and making no excuses along the way.
Read on for the details.
2020 has been a truly terrible year for many obvious reasons, but not all hope is lost.
There are plenty of beautiful humans out there who have done incredible, inspirational things this year that you may not have heard about.
Here are eight of those stories.
With limited resources and facilities, the incredible staff at my local hospital, Sligo General, make life more than bearable for people who would otherwise be in completely miserable situations.
The staff here are incredibly dedicated, uplifting, and inspiring, and deserve far more recognition than they receive. So this is just a little tribute to a truly wonderful group of super-talented people. God bless them all.
What if we could modify plants to absorb even more CO2 from the atmosphere than they already do? Maybe we can.
An inspirational story about land regeneration and the fight against climate change in the Sahel region of Africa.
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