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>Sundays’ Prayers and Thoughts for the Southeast


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Brothers/Sisters
in
The SouthEast States
WE
are thinking about you all
OUR
arms around you, joining with you
in the pain of losses unimagined
OUR
hearts are heavy
as we bear witness to that you are walking
through 
as we see the films roll
hear the tears and angst of the interviews
and
the photographs
and
the stories
of tragedy
and 
loss
May you find comfort in knowing
we are with you in spirit
holding your hearts close and tenderly
wrapping you in the warmth of our concern
and
The energies of 
the Universal Oneness
of the
God Within all of us
is standing strong
United
and
sending you 
LIGHT
LOVE
STRENGTH
HOPE
FAITH
as you awaken today
and
We pray for those who are lost
by this unbelievable tragedy of nature.
I have been told that little communities and towns are “flattened”, “gone”, in Alabama.
Much of
Tuscaloosa
All of 
Sipsey Alabama
Smithfield, Cordova, Hacklesburh, Hueytown
Alabama
This woman, was known by someone who has let me know of what is happening there,
and
she was all set to retire after a career of helping others in her community: 
Her Name 
Nancy Wilson, 34 years working in the profession of helping others; a party scheduled to honor her for her service. She was retiring so that she could be a full time caregiver of her Mom who has a terminal illness.
She died when a tree fell into her home from the brutal storms
the day before she was to be honored at the public library.
Dance in the galaxies
Ms. Wilson, your work here now is done…
Sheri Reese, a fan of Lily The Black Bear
is there, her daughter is there as well
both are devastated
but now in action.
They are now working hard to find and to provide necessary things in the community
and
are working with
some remarkable folks
and
asking that donations
or
things to help
be sent directly to:
THE BOY SCOUTS
AT THE 
1ST BAPTIST CHURCH OF DORA ALABAMA
ATTN: TORNADO RELIEF
1440 SHARON BLVD
DORA AL 35062
(205) 648-9006
 “We are taking our donations of diapers, food, water, feminine needs, pet foods etc. The boy scouts are running this for the church and are getting stuff where it is needed in some of the small towns which we fear will be overlooked by ARC and perhaps others” 
So then,
there ya go, from someone who is there
in the middle of the flattened and battered towns, communities, and heartaches, 
in the midst of the walking wounded
and those who are still in shock
numbed with their pain and disbelief
that so much could happen within minutes.
 
Sheri Reese also tells me this: 

Also, if you could remember the family of Maggie Enlow in Hacklesburg AL. She has lost several family members including her cousin who had a two week old baby. The town of Hacklesburg is almost flattened. Her family lost many of their homes. Amazingly, there are a couple of family members whose homes are standing and the family is gather there. We are trying to help them as soon as we can get in with supplies. We know a family whose home is destroyed. They are the Palladinos, Tommy and Tiffany and children. Just pray for us all here in the south. If we were not hit by the tornadoes we are hit in our hearts with the devastation and emotionally trying to find help and get things into people. The above church is small, not red tape, they will get things to some of the small towns around them. I’ll volunteer to shop for them.”

Yes
Sheri Reese, Wendy, The Family of Maggie Enlow, The Mother, family and friends of 
Nancy Wilson
and all those
who have died
lost loved ones in the SouthEast
and those
survivors
We are STANDING BY AND FOR YOU
TODAY
and in the days and months to come
with prayers, thoughts, 
with
HOPE through the heartaches
for healing
for re-building
of your communities
your homes
your
spirit
and
faith
and
in knowing
that those who lost their lives
in those moments of the storms
are with you now
present and beside you with each beat of your heart
giving you all that you will ever need
to do all that is needed
with the strength and wisdom
to know
that you will never be alone.
May you feel the Creators presence and may it calm you now after the storm
allow others to help, to minister to your shock, your pain and your great sadness. 
AND
I spoke with another young woman who told me that
a tornado came through her town
in Alabama
and the tornado came down in her hometown
but no one in her family was harmed
their home left intact
although 140 homes around them were destroyed.
She said that
The AMERICAN RED CROSS
were out in force
feeding more than 600 meals three times a day
in that community,
they were all out in force rendering aide
those disaster health volunteers.
This young woman said her parents
were making pallets on the floor to house
those who lost everything
and that
another woman and child
looked through ruins
and salvaged one of the child’s sneakers
but
homes were opening their doors
to others in the communities
making pallets on their floors
and
feeding them
finding them clothing to wear
and providing them shelter
and
arms to wrap around them while holding their pain
as if it were their own.
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS
1-800-RED-CROSS
To donate
to Volunteer
To Donate
And from one
Disaster Mental Health Mananger
DSHR
I will tell you this:
Those who volunteer as
the ones who respond
who answer the call
and “go there, provide care, man the ervs,
and
provide care, water, supplies, helping hands”
THANK YOU ARC
and those volunteers
for your sacrifices
and the love you give so freely to so many!
I AM CONTINUALLY AMAZED AT THE RESILIENCY OF
THE HUMAN SPIRIT
GOD/CREATOR BLESS THE FOLKS
OF THE UNITED STATES
Let us celebrate those who have survived, give them the courage to move forward, to know that “things” are things… it is life that we celebrate.
Emotion is motion.
STOMP
We stand with you in spirit today across the globe
all who enter and stand here as warriors

May you find comfort in knowing we are with you always:


AND for that I give thanks, and so it is!

FOR: 
OUR Ancestors; where would we be without them.
FOR: Our “Enso Bigninatti (Bighi) Now dancing with the angels and watching over us and the Disaster Teams of the American Red Cross. Bighi was the founding father of the Disaster Teams of the American Red Cross and a lovely man, a POW who escaped the POW Camps, who walked away during the death march… Who was a survivor, a man of great strength and  a war hero, a friend and mentor… We will miss him always and love him dearly…  “I get Misty” was one of his favorites and oh how he loved Sinatra… 

Today;;; we remember those who we have lost to all disasters and those we miss so:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VqRlO3wa1A


Prayers, thoughts, strength and healing ways are being sent today and in the days to come
FOR:

Beth Jett, Huntsville AL, Sheri, Wendy Reese and family, The Boy Scouts of Dora AL,

Sandy, Toby, Edith Vaughn and family,Susan, Greg and Kyle Korabek (Landon Korabek on the other side now), Stephen Bright and family, Walter Littlemoon, Jane, Laura, Mitch, Jenn, Chris, Mary, Taft, Martha Deaver, Morris, Rose Brick, The Baitinger Family, The Yaslowitz Family, The St Petersbug PD,  Congresswoman Gabbie and her family, Dahlee in NJ, Judy Kelley, beloved husband and family, Jennifer, (now being watched over by her beloved husband and child), Norma, EE, Little Cub to CJ and Angel eyes Jack, Daniel, Dave, Cindy and Steve, Marty, Sweet Pea and Pie Face, Florence,


 2 Wolves and Jinx in SD, Kelly and family,
Judy W and her 4 sons up there in New England, Cherokee Wick, Benni, Gayle, Jonathan, Great Aunt Effie, Marilyn Warren, Ilene, Tweak and Chris, Hannah Sherabow, Pam C. and family, Susan S., Angela A., Nancy W, Sue G, Kelly and family,Mato Oyate Kola, Susan Brouse, Cindy and Stevie, Kim, Olatz, EVB, Guin, Yiva, Mary, Sandra and family, Christina Hellen, Dotti B., Susan and Greg, Amy, Becky and Barry Long, Christina, Matt and children, Aaron, Lisa and family, Freda, Linda Katie, Pat D, Tink and Mitch, LITTLE Ben, Jerry, Trish, Barb, Anastasia, Mary, Rylee, Lindsay, Ann, Sarah, Ruth, Johnny, Bobby and the Tucker Family, The Spraker Family,Kenny H, Michelle, Sandy, Addie and family in Canada, Sandy, BraveHeart, Rowena, Chris, Robyn Elizabeth, Jean, Duke,Rowena, Chris, Baby Robyn Elizabeth, Diane Smallze and family, Patti and family,

Officer Crawford of St Petersburg, The Kocab Family, baby Lilly Nicole Kocab, The Curtis Family, Tarpon PD, those serving here and there in Uniform… Those now walking The Thin Blue Line, (far to many joining that line recently across our Nation),



Liy the North American Black Bear regain you strength mighty one, many are praying for you to be well, feel the strength and playfulness of the great bear that you have been and are, Mother of HOPE and Faith and 

Little JASON OF LILY of Shadow’s Clan THE NORTH AMERICAN BLACK BEARS
Mylee, Mikey and family in DC, Jack M & Janis in OC, Stephen, Stuart Wittel on and his parents Sandy and Stuart, Lavie Coltrane and her loving family, Pat in NC, Andrea Gasse and family here and in New England, Ali and family, Randy and Winnie in New Mexico, Jill Wheaton L, Dr Peter in NY, Dr Rev Bev, Irene M, Bernice, Eileen and family, Dorothy, Angela, Elijah, Ode, Linda M, “Southwest VA”, Vicki, Matthew and family, Chris, Lovie, Nancy, Pedro and Our adopted family in BRAZIL, Our North American Black American Bears,

http://www.bear.org/



Blessings to all the folks at the NABC, WRI,

AND for:



Joseph, Cathy Madden, Nathan, and her family., Cindy in NC, Liz, Lee, Molly, Joanie, Jude, COFA,Judi, Matthew, Natalia, Matt, Mark’s family and many friends , Pat, Irene, Kevin, Dr D, Deb, Randy, Dr B, Isabelle, Kelsey, Sabrina , Charlie and family, Jean, Julie, Rhonda, Victoria, Mildred, Andi and family, Faith, Denise, Jim, Tom, Joey, Shelby friends and family, Judi, Phylis, Joyce, Gina, Tonya, Beverly and Family, Janeth, Melissa,Virginia, Stacey, Elizabeth, Nita, Gary Siegal, Adrienna,Brian Mawbey, the Boyan Family, Jean R and friend Christy Rider, Victoria and hubbie, Stephen, Gayle, Steph, Chris, Erica, Eileen, John, Mindy, Jack, Susan Werth Becken, her brother Mike and family, Craig James Lightfoot and his family, Kenny, Audrey, Ed Saner, Patty Crowley, Bennie, Gail, Jonathan, Moe, Beverly, Dennis, Peter, Trish, Cynthia, Heidi and her family, Kathy Knights family, Edith Vaughn, Candy, Cynthia, Jenn, Eve, Edith, Jason, Karen, Linda, Joyce, Belinda, Jeanette, Jennifer, Patti, Sandy S,   and …



(Feel free to let me know if you would like to add your/or a friends name to our circle)



Please lift these friends family and loved ones of these people in your hearts and prayers ~



YOU can join u today, you can step up, STAND UP, and can choose to to join with us.

YOU CAN
Control
YOU
YOU can
embrace others in your thoughts
your prayers
your best wishes and words
YOU CAN
be your best selves
with
each step you take
with each beat of your heart
knowing
that we are here only for this moment
and
life is fragile
We have
right here
right now
to make it right
with all living things
knowing
we are all interconnected
in the Universe
Wado!



STOMP with great HOPE and HAPPINESS for this day it is yours, and for that I am grateful, aren’t you!

Know that there are some powerful warriors on this page and in the next place along with some Powerful angels ~
and together we have banded together with the energy, love and support to facilitate healing and hope for so many along their journey…



and for that I hope you feel great connection in times of sorrow, pain, isolation, knowing we are all connected in the great circle of life~



The fire is burning brightly, the embers are hot and the sage is drifting into the air, with prayers being sent to all in the prayer bowl and many who are not. You know who you are and you are being thought of …



That is the HOPE in Healing Heartaches ~

Walk In Beauty,
DRSES

www.drsherryeshowalter.com
  

 

 

Along with strength for healing FOR:

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5 comments on “>Sundays’ Prayers and Thoughts for the Southeast

  1. >hellooo…beautifully spoken words.you have said it all.prayers to all… everywhere. ♥ hugging my angels, sign me,♥ A. ♥ ♥

  2. >Thank you for your uplifting words and your prayers as they are giving strength and courage where there is sadness and weary hearts. Blessings to you and all those who lift others in prayers. The needs are much for so many across our land but our great God is stronger and a loving God and the helper for all who trust. Sending warm hugs your way and to all those who are in need this day.

  3. >Great words my friend. Tragedies are occuring all around us…the northeast has lost lives and homes, the south now has lost lives and homes and now the midwest is having great flooding and again lives and homes will be lost. The Tsunami overseas took many lives and homes and other tragedies just from weather. I find tragedies are relative to us by how they affect or personal lives…did we lost someone or know someone that lost their home or life. All need our prayers and all of these tragedies around the world are in great need of prayer and yes help. For many donating to their local helps that heart hurting, donating to the red cross helps and for many…praying for all of them helps. We are all together in this universe and everyone hurting like this is such a sad situation.Hugs on the wind friendEE

  4. >I too am a strong supporter of the Red Cross. The countless people they help, the speed at which they move in when a disaster occurs.Holding all those touched by these events close in my thoughts. May the bright sun after the storms warm and heal those who are struggling to recover from thier losses.

  5. >Happy May First, May Day, the start of National Pet Week. I remain stunned at the coverage from the Tornado devistation. Images of people picking thru rubble for their possessions, tears at my heart. Just imagine!My great friend ED, lives in Miss. has been a RedCrossVolunteer for many many years, she has been keeping me updated with the attention progress and aid. Unimaginable. Praying,IRM

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