GO! Let Your Heart Be Touched

Posted on October 1st, 2009 by Clinically Clueless

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Sometimes, I come across so very touching advertisements.  Although this one is in a language that I can’t understand, it touched my heart and made me cry.

Share some of your advertisements in which you have cried or almost or just touched your heart.

8 Responses to “GO! Let Your Heart Be Touched”

  1. Lib says:

    I don’t really emotionally engage with adverts CC!

    I’m getting a bit too cynical for that.

  2. Jim says:

    I have to admit I prefer to see adverts as a comical release as a ‘break’ and with the exception of a staring african child on a comic relief ad in the UK that’s about all I can remember in terms of a ‘moving ad’ or maybe I chose to ignore it?

    A good point – I’ll post one next time I see one CC….

  3. This was good in that it didn’t need any knowledge of the language to understand the message.
    Very touching.
    .-= Angela in Canada´s last blog ..Posts of the week. =-.

  4. awww. reminds me I have video of a woman I met in Malaysia who shaved her head to raise money for cancer research… Should get it together and post it…

    this is breast cancer month isn’t it? i’m so out of touch sometimes… that’s what happens when you live in Wonderland ;)

  5. Yes, Susan this is breast cancer awareness month. Today also marks the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Week and the 8th is National Depression and Bipolar screening day.

    Sometimes, Wonderland is a wonderful place and other times it can be dangerous, confusing and scary. Reality is hard to face…I don’t like it, but your blog really tackles it.

    .-= Clinically Clueless´s last blog ..Mental Health Awareness Day, Week, Month =-.

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