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One-Liner Wednesday: Rescue

“The World Came to the Rescue.”

(A statement halfway into this news video.)

 

Working together with courage, skill, and cooperation we can accomplish the seemingly impossible.  Over 1000 rescue workers, plus volunteers, plus the hopes and prayers of people around the world focused on the boys in the cave came together for a common goal. Imagine what we could do with this kind of focus and cooperation for peace, for the earth, for finding what we can agree on.

 

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I’m sending prayers to the family and friends of Saman Gunan, (also spelled Kunan)  who died while delivering oxygen tanks to the boys and their coach. He will be remembered well.

Sanan Kunan

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Good News Tuesday: Three Stories, Plus One More!

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1. Declaring Peace:

The countries of Ethiopia and Eritrea have been called “sworn enemies” after a border war from 1998 to 2000 left nearly 100,000 dead. Since then, the two countries have been in a tense state verging on war. But that status changed last week as the leaders ushered in “a new era of peace and friendship.” Ethiopia’s new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed “announced the two countries have agreed to reopen embassies and ports and allow flight operations to strengthen diplomatic ties between them.”

You can read more here.

 

2. New Legs for Maya!

Eight-year-old Maya Merhi from Syria lost her legs as an infant and has been walking on  pipes attached to tin cans. But a doctor in Turkey volunteered to help:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-syria-girl/first-new-steps-for-syrian-girl-who-used-tin-cans-for-legs-idUSKBN1JW1AX

 

3. Progress in Thailand Cave Rescue

 

4. CAVE RESCUE

I had a feeling this might happen today and wondered if I should wait. But anyway, here it is! All the boys and their coach were rescued from the cave! Thank you to all the heroes and for the one who sacrificed his life. Pray that all the rescuers get out safely.

 

Good news happens. More is on the way!

Feel free to share yours!

 

 

 

 


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Remember ALL the Heroes

Song Lyric Sunday

Today’s Song Lyric Sunday theme is “let go.” Since I had a let go song in Thursday’s post, and since we are allowed to go our own way, I’m doing something different. Can you imagine having to let go of  a loyal companion who gave everything?  This memorial day, let’s remember ALL the heroes.

While I do not agree with animals being used to fight our wars, the fact is, they are. They deserve to be remembered for their loyalty and courage, along with all the people who gave their lives.

I discovered the song,”Run,” in the following video. The chorus and lyric video are posted below.  “Run” was written by Gary Lightbody, Nathan Connolly, Mark Mcclelland, and Iain Archer, Jonathan Quinn.

 

Light up, Light up

As if you have a choice

Even if you cannot hear my voice

I’ll be right beside you, dear.

Louder, louder

And we’ll run for our lives

I can hardly speak. I understand

why you can’t raise your voice to say….

 

 

This song made me cry so I had to go find happy tears. I hope you enjoy the next video of a military service dog being reunited with his soldier.

Thank you to Mission K 9 Rescue for helping dogs get back with those they love.

 


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The Elephant Rescuer

Today, I’m honoring a woman with a big, beautiful heart. Lek Chailbert started an elephant rescue program in Thailand with donations and volunteers. Elephants are some of the most intelligent, social beings on the planet, but they are abused and exploited in many parts of the world. Lek Chailbert is working to save them, and other animals, with dedication, patience, and love.

 

For more information, visit:

https://www.elephantnaturepark.org/

 

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Helpers in Houston: When Disaster Brings Out the Best

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The good news is that Texas has an abundance of helpers. I’ve been watching rescue videos and reading about the volunteers who jumped in to help the pros rescue people and animals from dangerously high water brought by Hurricane Harvey. What strikes me is that disasters can bring out the best in people.

The following article,”The Heroes of Hurricane Harvey,” contains several inspiring videos showing people doing good:

https://www.houstoniamag.com/articles/2017/8/27/the-heroes-of-hurricane-harvey

And in this video, Abe Minor didn’t know what he was getting into when he took his jon boat out, but he persevered to help as many neighbors as he could.

Thank you to all the rescue workers and volunteers for your dedication and courage!

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Ella Finds Help Getting Home

Rescue workers didn’t see the dog. After the accident, she collected what she could find of her family’s possessions and waited. Two weeks later,  she asked a stranger for help.

 

Read more of this story here:

http://coffeebreak.theepochtimes.com/animal/dog-car-wreck-into-the-woods.html

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