Archive for February, 2010

Prayers to all Affected by Earthquake in Chile

Powerful aftershocks continue to rock Chile after Saturday’s fierce 8.8 earthquake.  Just as with the recent  devastating earthquake which destroyed Port-au-Prince Haiti, when something like this occurs we can feel helpless.  We watch with horror as our brothers and sisters of planet earth experience tremendous suffering, pain and loss.  Reports keep coming in that while the death toll is expected to rise, it could have been much worse.  Yet,  for those who have beloveds among the casualties, news that the death toll could have been worse brings little comfort to grief.

Let us, just as we did and continue to do for the nation of  Haiti,  join together in prayer for all those affected by this powerful earthquake.  Let us pray for those who have died, those who are still missing and those who are trying to find their loved ones.  Let us join together with people around the world, across the continents, in our own faith traditions, in prayer.  And let us also pray that survivors who are still missing are easily and safely found.  Let us remember also to keep in our prayers all the rescue workers and first responders who are helping to find people. 

Just as with Haiti, when something like this occurs we can feel helpless. But let us not let our feelings stop us from joining together in prayer. Instead let us stop for a moment each time we see images on the news, or internet or  hear reports on the radio about the earthquake.

Let us take a deep and cleansing breath. 

And let us allow our hearts to be flooded with love for all our brothers and sisters on this planet.  Then let us send our love and prayers to all of our "brothers and sisters" who have been affected.

Let us join together, just as we continue to do with Haiti, as one united world to offer our prayers, love and compassion now.

Thank you. 

February 28 , 2010 | | In: Current Events

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Olympic Gold Medalists Fever Video

Great montage of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir,  Olympic Ice Dance Gold medalists, set to Fever. 

Enjoy!

February 27 , 2010 | | In: Current Events, Sports

Sinead and John Kerr – Olympics 2010 – Skate to Linkin Park Krwling

Sinead and John Kerr, brother and sister ice dancing team from Great Britain, skate to Linkin Park’s Krwling.  This is the same program that they skated at the Olympics in Vancouver (but from an earlier competition in the season).  At the Olympics they finished a respectable 8th overall. I loved this program first time I saw it. Sinead and John are a powerful team and well matched in that they are the same size.  Watch for the lift towards the end where Sinead lifts John.    

February 27 , 2010 | | In: Current Events, Sports

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