Today I am pleased to introduce an extraordinary ten year old from the United Kingdom. Daisy Watt is being called “mini Monet.” She uses her artistic gift and talent to create beautiful works of art.
Daisy has a spirit of generosity that makes her an example for the rest of us. She gives hope to others by donating proceeds ($65,000 so far) from art sales to cancer organizations and patients.
I am pleased that Pilot Pens has awarded Daisy $1,000 to continue her art endeavors. I appreciate her family that encourages her
artistic expression. I am thankful that many will reap benefits from her generous giving.
I love seeing a kid who has learned to share — that is an important life lesson that many adults have yet to learn. Thank you, Daisy Watt, for making a difference in our world!
Visit daisywattart.com to learn more of Daisy’s story.
“And do not neglect doing good and sharing for with such sacrifices God is pleased.”
(Hebrews 13: 16)
“But whoever has worldly goods and sees his brother or sister in need and closes his heart against him, how does the love of God remain in him? Little children, let us not love with word or with tongue but in deed and truth.”
(1 John 3: 17, 18)