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  7 days ago

Role Models W.O.C.

Martin Luther King's day is approaching and we are getting ready to celebrate change. acceptance, and building bridges to connect communities. 

As such, we are launching this Weekend Opinions Contest and we are asking you to share with us who is a role model for you and give two reasons why that person has influenced your life and way of thinking. 

Participating is super easy- simply give your answer in the comment section of this post and you will get a guaranteed 500 points, plus, the top 3 comments, in our Moderators' view, will get an extra 5000 points each.

*Promotion Rules: Open to US and Canada only. Limit one opinion created per person. Members must post an opinion on the designated Toluna Topic for their country, and can win 500 points. Opinions must be posted by 01:00AM EST on Monday, January 15th to be counted.  Bonus points will be awarded to winners by 5PM EST, on Tuesday January 16th, 2018, and will be uploaded to users’ accounts via external crediting. Opinions must not contain any language or image that is obscene, insulting, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, libelous, untrue, misleading or invasive of someone else’s privacy. Toluna reserves the right to review all posts for content, and withhold bonus points from any user violating the rules mentioned above. Violation of these rules, and/or the Toluna Member Code of Conduct may result in the closure of your Toluna account.


  2 hours ago
My Role model is my Grandmother and my Mother. Each has there own wisdom to share and strength that showed me to never give up and to believe in myself and my gut feelings. With my grandmother now passed on, i know she is looking down smiling and saying "See i told you, you could do it!", all you have to do is try". Reply


  2 hours ago
My parents. Reply


  3 hours ago
My Role model is my Pop,, although we do have our differences and sometimes don't get a long because we are so different! It's the fact that we are also so alike in many ways! As a business man,, a professional and an upholding positive part of both our community and province in many ways has taught me a lot! Mostly to do the same for others.. I am truly proud... Reply


  7 hours ago
My true role model is my older sister! I follow her league always Reply


  7 hours ago
My deceased Dad. He taught me not to be biased bigotted toward anyone, although he himself had inbred bigotry and couldn't seem to get by it. He showed me the value of hard work, and the rewards of family and family traditions. Having emigrated from Scotland, he sponsered any family or friends who wished o move to Canada. He was a quiet man who listened before opening his mouth in opposition to anyone. When Dad was whistling, you knew that everything in life was just as it should be. I miss my Dad, always. Reply


  10 hours ago
My Dad. He taught me that there is always two sides to something and to be open to the other view point Reply


  13 hours ago
My role models are my mother and father. I couldn't imagine how it would be to start fresh in a new country, but my courageous parents did this for an opportunity at a better life. Reply


  15 hours ago
my father in law (deceased). a truly wonderful man that always had a smile on his face, didn't speak ill of anyone and saw that positive in everything and everyone. he was a hard worker and a family man. he worked at ford motor company for 30 years, 7 days a week to provide for his family. the one thing that he loved to do at least once or twice a year was go on a family vacation and of course spend time with his family. Reply


  2 days ago
My role model to me is my younger brother. Up until three years ago I was in perfect health and then things went downhill, within the past 3 years I have been diagnosed with Celiac disease, then came COPD, and now osteoporosis. I recently had to have a biopsy on my leg and thank the Lord it was benign. Through out it all my brother has been there to support and encourage me to think positive. Thinking of me while he has depression problems of his own. He also since he was 20 dedicated his life to helping my father giving up his own life to assist my father until he passed away. He has never once complained and often says his father was more of a best friend. If it wasn’t for my brother I would have given up a long time ago. Reply


  2 days ago
Martin Luther King It was nice to hear someone finally speaking some sense. We are all the same and we need to learn more about any differences we may have from anybody else. That is the only way we can coexist and be respectful to each other. God bless us all for having the opportunity to learn from such a great man, now if people would just listen to his words and follow them. Reply


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