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Submissions are Ready to be Received for the 5th Annual Autistic Artistic Carnival!!

The Guidelines for this year’s Autistic Artistic Carnival is for every Autistic person to submit their works to be shown on this website on Autistic Pride Day, June 18 is being shown now!!!

Any Autistic person from all AGES can submit their work to me from now until June 16 in the form or art, photography, film, poetry, other writings, music, anime, or any inventions/scientific discoveries they have created. If you want to look at the other works from previous Autistic Artistic Carnival’s, please do so to get some ideas!!!

This carnival will ensure that Autistic CREATIVITY and MINDSET get recognized for ACCEPTANCE and UNDERSTANDING of Autistic people of all ages WORLDWIDE!!!!!!

Please send all emails to Email theamazinJ!

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Don’t Forget About this Awesome Event on June 18, 2014, Autistic Pride Day on Drive Mom Crazy Blog!!!

The Autistic Artistic Carnival is coming soon this June, Just a Reminder that Beginning April 1, 2014, submissions will begin to be accepted for this Online Carnival on Drive Mom Crazy Blog until June 13, 2014. The event will mark it’s 5 year revolution to show what Autistic people can do for the world!! So, get your pens ready, get your easels in your hand, get your microphones on, your acting prepared for a movie, play in a documentary, and your thinking minds on to create or invent something new to share on this blog for the 5th Annual Autistic Artistic Carnival!!! Think outside the box, be creative, or think to invent too! Let’s build up something great and extraordinary and show everyone what we Autistics can do too 🙂

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Don’t forget these Exciting new things in 2014 and Sklyer the Maltese dog!!

Don’t forget: 5th Annual Autistic Artistic Carnival is coming this June on Autistic Pride Day – June 18!!!5th-annual-Autistic-Pride-Day-Online-Carnival

And, Don’t forget about this too: Another good way to submit to a magazine by Parenting Autistic Children with Love and Acceptance (PACLA)

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Here is Skyler the Maltese dog once again sitting down for a moment!!!The One in the Million, Out of the Ordinary, Fearless Skyler The Maltese Dog!

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Autistic Community for Equality (ACE) Initiative and Reminder for June 18, 2014

Joining forces toward equality
for everyone,
returns the favor in our nation,
and the world.
The Equality we want,
is the equality everyone needs.
Some things don’t change,
since a lot of people don’t like change,
while some things need change.
The change we need to see
is the change to incorporate
acceptance of
diversity and equality
for everyone in the world,
in our society, to understand,
and have respect
for one another.
If someone is Disabled and Autistic,
they are Disabled and Autistic, but
we need others to respect
and fulfill the
Disabled and Autistic person’s
wishes to learn and work a career,
as a non-disabled person does.
We need to establish change
to help those struggling most
gain rewards in their life,
and remember what everyone
receives credit for;
Being one of the many billions of
Human beings striving for success
for equality.

On that note, here is a reminder about Autistic Artistic Carnival, for June 18, 2014: Autistic Pride Day!!! More information to be posted soon with a post about it often. This is for ALL Autistic people to remember to get their thinking and creativity caps on for the Autistic Pride Day Event of the YEAR!!!!

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OUT, J

Every one wants to have their own Success

Beyond Living Life,

by theamazinJ

Death
hurts
smiles
loves
hates
a part of what is
a part of what needs to be
living our life
to living beyond thinking about death.
Life is always filled with so much joy
and a reason to shine our energy
very bright and strong.
We envision the roots of our
energy to lift us higher and higher
and higher until it reaches our peak
when we are old enough to move on.
Life exists and so do we,
so make it a good one
and never regret, always accept anyone,
never taking anything for granted or
taking advantage of others.
Life is purely a burst of energy
filled with colorful diversity.
Brighten yourself up beyond death
and live your life the way it
was meant to be,
embracing the colors of the diversity of the rainbow
and giving a helping hand.

There are always turning points from our intuition that tell us what to do to make it all better. Listen to your intuition, listen carefully to what it has to say. We may sometimes feel angry, we may sometimes feel sad, we may sometimes feel hurt, though we need to feel that life gives us the moments to see beyond that. Life gives us a means of transpiring toward acceptance. It’s so important to accept everyone. By accepting everyone, we accept that no body can change things they can’t control. You can only change what you can control. The Autism Acceptance Decade from 2010 to 2020 is trying to tell everyone that people need to just let things be and let things come in time. It may be heartbreaking for any parent to know their child is different, but it does not mean that being different is wrong. Being different just means that Neurotypical people need to let differences matter. Not every one has the same feelings, the same ambitions, and the same intuitions. Every one knows the differences we have, but everyone wants their own success. A lot of Autistic people or people on the Autistic spectrum feel pressured by Neurotypical society when we interact with others. They insist on certain qualities like eye contact, talking, and don’t rely on nonverbal communication. They program those who are most influenced to do so because they insist that that is the only way to listen by speaking by your physical voice coming from the mouth. This only makes people on the Autistic spectrum feel like they can only talk to communicate when it does not come natural to us. That is when we begin to have to learn boundaries of talking through physical voice. If Autistic people were the majority, we would not be speaking by physical voice, we would not make eye contact, and we would rely on our nonverbal communication with others. Think about how life would feel to you if that were the case. Though that is not the case. We live in a society that insists on all these things for interactions. Some people say people who are not as Autistic as others or considered mild, feel more pressure to do these things due to being closer to being Neurotypical. So, we are urged to learn more about NT culture. It’s about time to only control what you can control because you can not control who comes in to your life. Everyone from the Autistic to Neurotypical spectrums, need to live here together as it stands now. By living together, everyone needs to know that there needs to be a common respect for each other. It’s important to know the people who come in to your life at single moment need to feel life will be successful for them by experiencing you. However, anyone who enters into your life is meant to for a reason. It’s the reason you need to figure out for yourself to know why. Live your life well to experience what you want and who you want to interact with to make yourself successful.

Autistic Pride Day is in exactly 1 month which means everyone has 1 more month to submit your work to be seen on this blog for Autistic Artistic Carnival!!!

OUT, J