Louise was a unique and talented woman, who was born to one of the most powerful families in history. Although much less known than her famous mother, Queen Victoria, this woman left her mark upon our world. Her role as woman, artist, educator, philanthropist and a leader for women and children’s rights were just some of the interesting aspects of her life.
She was a woman of courage and an incredible role model not only for her generation but for ours as well. If she was living today, she would be someone wanting to make a difference using her creative gifts to better our lives. In a world filled with so much useless information and the need for attention, Louise would be a woman to admire and she would attain a celebrity status worthy of her deeds and not just because of her standing in life.
Yet her private life would reflect the same challenges, struggles and controversy that make us human.
Louise was forced to live her life in the public’s eye within the golden cage that she had been born into and so she became a gentle rebel with a cause. Her courage, kindness and understanding of the needs of fellow humans became the focus of her life. She was a gifted artist and her creative talents were her passion.
When the Wright brothers pronounced that they would be the first humans to fly, many people said that humans could and would never fly. This is how we were trained to think, yet nothing in the world around us came without a seemingly impossible thought. Such is life.
Experiment: Can a community work together to tell a real fairy tale?
Hypothesis: If someone has a story to tell that is based on a very real princess who led an incredible life, would it be possible to use the power of social media in its many forms to connect a group of interested people from around the world to create what seems like an impossible story telling adventure?
You can get a free entrance pass to the experiment by subscribing to my email list and I will send it to you as a PDF. Please write Louise beside your first name so that I know that you want this PDF
Or you can read it on your Kindle . You can get the free Kindle reading app for your computer, iPad, iPhone, Mac and iPod Touch.
Please share this creative story telling experiment on your social media contacts. The more people involved, the greater success we will share.
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