Tuesday, April 29, 2014

"Paws Together"



Spring is just beginning, but it is already making an impact with floods and tornadoes. Many are being affected by devastating storms again sweeping across the country. Please join me in remembering in prayer those who are affected, both human and animal. Peace.


Graphic by Zoolatry 


32 comments:

  1. It is difficult to escape from natures fury.

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    1. Indeed it is. We realize how powerless we really are.

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  2. It's a scary time. We had wind gusts of 51 mph that wrecked our awning, which is minor in the great scheme of things.

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    1. I know! I am so glad you are all safe. Bill escaped another tornado outside Little Rock. I worry...

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  3. Count me in.
    So many are still in danger of those merciless tornados.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thank you, Julia. I know you understand. I appreciate you. Hugs.

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  4. I will be praying that we address the cause of the severe weather. We need to wake up to the fact that it is only going to get worse if we don't start taking steps to control climate change. There must be things we can do that aren't as devastating to our planet ... prey for a solution that works.

    Andrea @From The Sol

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    1. The immediacy of the destruction demands we address those affected. Prayer is something that we can all do immediately and indefinitely.
      I do agree that we need to address our treatment of the environment and atmosphere, however. That is an ongoing situation.

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  5. Im praying for them too McGuffy Ann...

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  6. I always worry about the animals too, who have no way to access help other than through humans. I always a,m grateful to the rescuers who remember the animals. Great reminder, McGuffy!

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  7. My prayers are especially with the mother who lost her baby boy. These storms are scary.

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    1. Prayer is something we can easily offer, and it means so much. I agree.

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  8. Trauma affects so many...two legged and four legged...so sad...JP

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  9. It's sad that with the "nicer" weather comes all of this destructive stuff, too. We are putting our hands and paws together.

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    1. It is hard to deal with, but it is true. The seasonal changes create unstable weather.

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  10. our river is overflowing its banks -- and that's the first time I have seen it like that in 10 years. Thankfully, we are up on a hill, so there is little danger of flooding in our streets.
    but they do warn kids in the classroom not to go near streams and the river at this time of year.

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    1. I am happy to hear that they echo in the classroom what I am sure is said at home. Safety is important!

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  11. My heart just breaks for people and animals caught in the storm ravaged areas. It's so sad. Thanks for posting this.

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  12. I love this "paws" together image, it is great to remember both people and animals. Amen, thank you so much for this.

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    1. Linda, thank you for this comment. I appreciate it.

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  13. I cannot believe what devastation and loss of life the weather continues to bombard us with. I am praying for all those caught in its fury. Hugs, Janet

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  14. Great post! I wish for peace for the people and animals that get affected by natural disasters as well. : )

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