Quote Challenge – Day 3

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        “Plans to protect air and water, wilderness and wildlife are in fact plans to protect man.” 

~ Stewart Udall

Realizing this statement by Stewart Udall, an American politician, is the need of the hour. We must understand the importance of wildlife and protect Mother Nature to ensure a healthy environment for the generations to come.

This is my third and final day in the 3-day quote challenge. I thank my blogger friend Kiran Acharya for tagging me into this challenge. Kiran is a doctor and a creative writer. She blogs at The Sea and Me. Do drop by her wonderful blog for latest book reviews, nature photography and thoughtful write-ups.

Rules for the challenge:

  • Post your three favorite quotes, one on each day for three consecutive days. The quote could be from any book, author or your own quote.
  • Tag three other bloggers with each post to challenge them.
  • Thank the blogger who nominated you.

On the final day of the challenge I tag my three blogger friends, whose blogs are treasure trove of nature and travel photography –

SuyashSuyash Chopra

Upendra – Vagabond Images

Tom – Spirit in Politics

Hope you three accept the challenge and enjoy sharing your favorite quotes. 🙂

And those who missed my first two days in the challenge here are the links for you – Quote Challenge – Day 1 and Quote Challenge – Day 2.


17 thoughts on “Quote Challenge – Day 3

  1. Today, I got around to responding to your invitation for the quote challenge, and there is a connection to your post here. Stewart Udall was in President John Kennedy’s cabinet, and my quote today appeared in a eulogy to President Kennedy.

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