FIRE TABLET GIVEAWAY

WE HAVE A WINNER!

CONGRATULATIONS TO TAMARA BENNEFIELD!

Tamara was randomly selected by random.org as the winner of the Amazon Fire Tablet.

—-CONTEST IS OVER—-

ARE YOU READY TO WIN AN AMAZON FIRE TABLET? 

TO ENTER YOU DON’T HAVE TO BUY ANYTHING!!

BELOW YOU HAVE THREE TASKS.
WE MUST SEE YOUR NAME FOR ALL * 3 * TASKS FOR YOU TO BE ENTERED – NO NAME – NO ENTRY !

LINKS AT THE BOTTOM BELOW PHOTO

  1. ANSWER THIS QUESTION IN THE COMMENT SECTION – Look at the top of this blog post for Leave a Comment:
    WHAT DOES HUMANITY MEAN TO YOU?

  2. THEN GO TO BODYBUILDER MICHAEL SCOTT HARTZELL’S PAGE. LIKE IT & SAY – TAABIA DUPREEE SENT ME TO SAY HI.

  3. LASTLY, CLICK THE THUNDERCLAP LINK AND PARTICIPATE WITH YOUR YOUR TWITTER & FACEBOOK. IT WILL SHOW US IF YOU HAVE ACCEPTED.  

Fire, 7″ Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB

REMEMBER ALL THREE TASKS MUST BE DONE!

**** HERE IN THE COMMENTS SECTION TELL US WHAT DOES HUMANITY MEAN TO YOU? ****

**** LIKE MICHAEL SCOTT HARTZELL’S PAGE & SAY – TAABIA DUPREE SENT ME TO SAY HI ****

**** PARTICIPATE IN THE THUNDERCLAP FOR SAVE ME ****

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20 thoughts on “FIRE TABLET GIVEAWAY

  1. What does humanity means to me?

    It means to be fair towards one another regardless of who you are and what you may or may not believe in. To be able to show compassion, love and kindness towards one another is something that nowadays is lacking and therefore humanity is something that has become a rarity towards us human beings. We tend to not show respect towards one another for the simple fact that we lack respect towards each other. The plight of humanity itself is slowly but surely weening away from the human race.

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  2. What does humanity mean to me?
    Being human, all the small kindnesses, all the messes we make, love-hate, laughter-crying, sadness-happiness.
    Growing up, growing old, growing into a person who isn’t caught up in everything, but cares … Humanity is looking out at a stray and leaving it water and food, seeing a vet too proud to want to take handouts, but to homeless to not, seeing a problem and not contributing to it, but creating a solution.
    It’s being a person and knowing that you can make a difference, even if it’s only to yourself.

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  3. It means people, lots of people, all different, with different lives, different likes & dislikes & hopes & dreams. All capable of creating great beauty, of doing great things, of bestowing great kindness. Let us hope that we all reach for the better in us.

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  4. WHAT DOES HUMANITY MEAN TO YOU?

    Humanity means the ability to feel, to think, to decide. It can be for good or for bad, but it is the choice that determines who is human. Humanity is about a vulnerability that appears weak, but is actually the bedrock of strength.

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  5. Humanity to me means to be human. It doesn’t matter your race, age, gender, religion or sexual preference. It means to love one another without hate and without judgement. Being human also means that everyone makes mistakes. So we need to learn to forgive and not hold things over people’s heads just because they made a mistake. I think if everyone would look at the world this way, the world would be a better place.

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  6. What does Humanity mean to me?
    I believe we should strive to treat others how we want to be treated despite the different lifestyles each one of us live. Reality is that not everyone in this world is nice, but I am only responsible for my own attitude, outlook, and level of compassion that i choose to show others I come in contact with on a daily basis. By no means am I a perfect human being, but I do try to follow the Golden Rule as much as I possibly can. I believe if everyone tried to apply the Golden Rule in their lives, our world would be a better place. So, this I believe, not only applies to treating our fellow humans with care, compassion, dignity, and love, but also Mother Nature and the animals that walk this life with us. To be Human, is to love and to nurture-not just the ones we love most, but to the stranger we meet on the street, any who are less fortunate than us, and those who do not have a voice of their own.

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