9 Yr old Saves Life of her 5 yr old Sister

Anaiah Rucker, Georgian girl tried to save her sister from an oncoming truck but she, herself was hit and broke her neck and leg.

For sure God smiled for the real love shown. Life!

John 15:13

“Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.”


Source: You Tube uploaded by DelshaDNotch on March 24, 2011

God Made Me Blind but with Musical Ability; Patrick Henry Hughes

Here is an amazing story of Patrick Henry Hughes who was born blind and unable to walk. Let us feel God’s presence in him! Obviously God is at work in this man to remind us always that indeed He works always….

that we may believe….


John 9:3

“Neither this man nor his parents sinned,” said Jesus, “but this happened so that the work of God might be displayed in his life


Sources: You tube uploaded by harvesct feb 03,2009

Photo: imuafamilyservices.org

When God Lifts up a Humble

Please watch a very moving video of an orphan( Sung-bong Choi) who grew up working as a “manual worker”. Be sensitive enough to see God in action. Our Loving Creator is always at work. Let us open our eyes. At all times….

Source: You Tube uploaded by gmidnjsroEl on jun 4, 2011

Photo: markkay.wordpress.com

Shining Eyes for the Love of Classical Music

Let us listen to the inspiring message of Benjamin Zander.Uploaded by  on Jun 27, 2008

http://www.ted.com Benjamin Zander has two infectious passions: classical music, and helping us all realize our untapped love for it — and by extension, our untapped love for all new possibilities, new experiences, new connections.

TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate.

Power of Love and Believing- Man and Killer Whale Connection

“Believe” , a killer whale show undertaken by Seaworld simply proves what love and believing could do to humankind!

Seaworld Press Release:


SAN DIEGO — After years in the making, Shamu stars in the visually-stunning killer whale show, “Believe” – the most ambitious killer whale show in the park’s history.  “Believe,” which opened in May 2006, showcases SeaWorld’s majestic killer whales with awe-inspiring choreography, thrilling new whale behaviors, an original musical score and panoramic LED screens, which offer more views of Shamu than ever before. “

‘Believe’ is definitely the most exciting killer whale show we have ever undertaken,” said SeaWorld General Manager Andy Fichthorn.  “Shamu Stadium has gone high tech, and for the first time in 15 years it will have a whole new look that will provide all the thrill and excitement of Shamu with a show that combines visual beauty, stunning behaviors and state-of-the art multimedia.”

The new stainless steel set adds a completely new dimension to Shamu Stadium.  The centerpiece of the new stage design is a 3-story whale tail flanked by four 20-foot-wide video screens that operate independently or can move together to create a single 80-foot-long panoramic screen.  The screens provide guests with more breathtaking views of the whales from above- and below-water cameras including for the first time, a new Point of View camera suspended directly over the main show pool.

Other additions to Shamu Stadium include two waterfalls that will give the whales a more dramatic entrance to the show, a spectacular water fountain that sprays across the width of the pool and a stereo audio system that plays a new, original soundtrack recorded by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Prague.

The show opens with images of a boy who wants to experience killer whales up close.  The action soon transitions to the pool, where whale and trainer discover each other in a series of behaviors.  This turns to rambunctious fun as more whales and trainers enter the pool. The playful behaviors and upbeat tempo suddenly end, leaving trainers and whales center stage. Next, a beautiful ballet segment highlights the power and awe of the relationship between trainer and marine mammal.  With help from screen images, the storyline returns to the young whale enthusiast, now a SeaWorld killer whale trainer, whose passion for Shamu is passed on to a member of the audience.  This kicks the show into high gear, with an inspiring finish. “

‘Believe’ takes guests on a journey in which they feel all dreams are possible if only you believe,” said Fichthorn.  “This inspirational new show reflects the close relationship our trainers share with the killer whales, as well as amazes guests with a series of exciting new behaviors never seen before.”

General SeaWorld admission is $61 for ages 10 or older; $51 for ages 3-9; and free for children two and under.  Parking is $12 for cars and $17 for RVs and campers.  Prices, hours and entertainment are subject to change.  For general park information call (800) 25-SHAMU or log on towww.seaworldsandiego.com.

SeaWorld San Diego is one of 10 Worlds of Discovery parks operated by Busch Entertainment Corporation, the family entertainment division of Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc.  Other Worlds of Discovery parks include SeaWorld parks in Orlando, Fla. and San Antonio; Busch Gardens Africa in Tampa, Fla. and Busch Gardens Europe in Williamsburg, Va.; Discovery Cove in Orlando; Sesame Place in Langhorne, Pa. near Philadelphia; Aquatica, SeaWorld’s water park in Orlando; and water parks Adventure Island in Tampa and Water Country USA in Williamsburg.  Worlds of Discovery, based in Orlando, employs more than 21,000 people nationwide.

Leaders in conservation and education, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Discovery Cove care for the largest animal collection in the world and offer an education Web site especially for students and teachers at www.seaworld.org.  Information on the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund is at www.swbg-conservationfund.org.  General park information is found at www.seaworld.com.


For more information contact SeaWorld Public Relations at (619) 226-3929.

Updated:  September 2008

Source: Uploaded by Marciodisney on Apr 7, 2011 You Tube

Finish The Race ( Story of Courage)

1968 Olympic marathon

John Stephen Akhwari ( born 1938 in Mbulu, Tanganyika) is a Tanzanian former marathon runner. He represented Tanzania in the marathon at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico city.

While competing in the marathon in Mexico City, Akhwari cramped up due to the high altitude of the city. He had not trained at such an altitude back in his country. At the 19 kilometer point during the 42 km race, there was jockeying for position between some runners and he was hit. He fell badly wounding his knee and dislocated that joint plus his shoulder hit hard against the pavement. He however continued running, finishing last among the 57 competitors who completed the race (75 had started). The winner of the marathon, Mamo Wolde of Ethiopia, finished in 2:20:26. Akhwari finished in 3:25:27, when there were only a few thousand people left in the stadium, and the sun had set. A television crew was sent out from the medal ceremony when word was received that there was one more runner about to finish.

As he finally crossed the finish line a cheer came from the small crowd. When interviewed later and asked why he continued running, he said, “My country did not send me 5,000 miles just to start the race; they sent me to finish the race.”

Source: Wikipedia & You Tube ( uploaded by abundanceteachers)