Saturday, August 7, 2010

Dr. Masaru Emoto's Prayer for the Gulf of Mexico

I came across this prayer from YouTube through a Cheryl Richardson newsletter. It's beautifully presented and well worth the time to view.


  1. I'm such a wuss. This made me cry. At first I wasn't sure why, then it occurred to me: I am sorry.

  2. Dear Joylene,
    A powerful and poignant message. A reminder that we need to protect our beautiful, fragile planet.
    Our legacy must be that we make our world a greener, more peaceful place, for all the wonders of nature that inhabit it.
    In peace and respect, Gary

  3. @Emma, I feel the same way. Thank you for commenting.

    @Hi Gary. I agree wholeheartedly. Thanks for stopping by.

  4. "I am sorry. Please forgive me." Unfortunately it doesn't erase the damage but when said from the heart it can bring a lot of healing. That's a beautiful clip and a powerful message. Thanks for posting it.

  5. So true, Carol. Part of our humanity is expressing regret and learning from it. Hopefully that's the case here. I know I'm thinking twice about what I'm dumping in our toilet. But how I feel about our area's attempts at making a difference is a different story.


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