Archive for October, 2012

Cherished Moment

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Facebook event asked for prayers for our advocates…. and I was so inspired. 🙂 (Thanks to the facebook event invite that I had received tonight.)

United Nations Delegate

May the Lord, our God, wrap the arms of faith, love, and strength to all our sister and brother advocates, whether they believe in you or another higher power, and give them the ability to guide the victims and survivors of violence done upon them (from one that is supposedly loving them but showing otherwise through their actions towards the victims and survivors) to know peace, understand what love really is, etc.  Let also the victims and survivors find that peace through the guidance of the advocates and others guided towards them to help them, and lead them on a path that they not only become a survivor, but also a thriver.  Lift up all the hearts of the advocates so that they can help guide the victims and survivors on paths so that they may feel the power of healing.  Please give the advocates…

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Where were you when the GREAT SHAKEOUT took place?

United Nations Delegate

This wasn’t well advertised throughout our city/state (I don’t think), but it is a great exercise that we all should consider doing.  Received this in my email today.


Dear Private Sector Partners,

When an earthquake happens, you only have seconds to react. The best protective action is to “Drop, Cover and Hold On.” Today more than 13 million people nationwide are expected to participate in the Great ShakeOut earthquake drill. Be a part of the Nationwide Drill!

At 10:18 Local Time Today:


  • DROP to the ground;
  • Take COVER by getting under a sturdy desk or table; and
  •  HOLD ON


If it’s not possible to get to the floor to safely take cover, before the exercise, identify an inside corner of the room near your work station or the other locations you may be in, away from windows and objects that could fall on you. …

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