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  1. WOW, Don,
    I wasn’t expecting to need tissues this morning.

    I’m sitting here on this foggy, chilly (42 degrees),dreary day in Northern CA, thinking I want to say more about that video. I look out my window to see my little flower garden (pots of plants on my patio). There are a couple of roses left and some coral colored flowers on a vine that I can’t remember the name of. I;m thinking how I know that God is with us always, but we tend to forget about Him until we really need something from Him. Anyway, here comes a little hummingbird zipping (they are too fast to call it flying!) right in to feed from the flowers still in my garden. What a lovely sight!

    Don’t know what that has to do with the video, except I love hummingbirds so I took it as a reminder from God that He knows us and what we need, even if it is only the presence of a small hummingbird in the garden on a gray day.

    Judy
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    You would think at this time of the year the humming birds would be gone. Amazing creatures, weigh less than 3 ounces usually, but fly 500 miles across the Gulf Of Mexico to spend the winter in South America or Central America.

    That is a heart felt video isn’t it, over 2 million people have reviewed that, and it still gets to me, each time I listen to it.

    You have a good day sis.

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  2. It got me too.(Mainly because I’ve made a point of holding all my pets in my arms when I’ve had to have them put down because of illness.) You should have posted a warning; “Have tissues handy.”

    Your post the other day about the little girls in Mississippi also brought tears to my eyes.

    Thank you!
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    Deep In Mississippi is a good post, racism is a touchy, often very sensitive issue with a lot of people, and it must be covered carefully. But the response on the post was positive all across the board and that is good, it means I touched the heart of a number of people and possibly changed a mind or two along the way, and if it did that. Then it was well worth the effort. Next time I will give you a “heads up” beforehand, but a good cry is often good for the soul, at least that is the way I understand it.

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  3. You are right-A good cry IS good for the soul.(It’s just nice to have tissues handy, as I can get awfully sloppy!)

    Apropos of something else all together and since you like some kinds of music, here’s a video for you.
    I saw this guy on Bill Moyers (PBS)last Friday, and thought that you might find the project interesting. Click on the “Stand by Me” video.
    http://playingforchange.com/pop.html
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    That was great! Music is the opiate for the masses isn’t it? We were in Seattle Washington not long ago, and downtown at the Fisherman’s market and a group from the Republic of Chile were there, and they were playing their native South American music (guitars and flutes) and I listened to them for hours.

    Ended up buying a CD from them and bringing it home to Oklahoma. The thing that I really love about music, it is one of the few things in our world that is “free.” Most everything that makes you feel good … you have to pay for … or later on get shots.

    I like most all music, except Rap, rap is not music, but to each his own. You had best watch out on the Bill Moyers/Frontline PBS stuff, people will be calling you a closet intellectual or a elitist before you know it. Thanks.

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