Monday, June 22, 2009

In support....

Today I don't have a card to share, but I have something else that I feel the need to share. It's not even scrapbook related, but something very important to me right now. It's about a country, where people's rights and freedom has been taken away. I am sure you have seen/heard about what's been going on in Iran, and especially since Michael's family is from there, you better believe I have all the updates, sometimes a little more even than I want to. He has been glued to Twitter and gets all the information as soon as it arrives.

One thing I have learned this past week is how beautiful people really are. And I am talking about people outside of Iran from all over the world. The help and support they have offered to people in Iran via the internet is just amazing, despite the fact that the Iranian government has tried to block even that. I am just amazed and applauding for people who are showing their kindness and helping in any way they can. I found this little video on Huffington Post and just wanted to share. Take a moment, I really believe you will love it.

So, what I can do from here is send Love and Light to both to the Iranian people and their government and wish this will be resolved soon.

Thanks for reading my post and hope you don't mind that I was sharing about this, as this is what's weighing on my heart right now.

Hugs to you all!


Shirley said...

We are all one. Hopefully someday this will be true.

Kathie said...

this is truly a very sad state of affairs. All that most of us can do is pray and pray some more. It saddens me so much to see things like this, BUT it does bring out the best in people who really want to assist in anyway that they can. I pray that our country never see scenes like these.

susan m said...

My heart goes out to the Iranian people. Thoughts and wishes that this will resolved quickly.

Terrie B x said...

Aw Eva...
`Thankyou` for sharing..
My heart goes out to these people...
Lots of love :) x

Liz said...

Thanks for sharing..
I don't even like to watch it when I see it I feel so bad.

Nathalia Castellon said...

Wow. What incredibly heartbreaking and inspiring moments that were captured on film. Thanks for sharing that today Eva. As hard as it is to see these things happening it also brings such hope to see so many people unite together around the world.
Sending you much love & hugs my friend,


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