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Touch By A Soul

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Love can transform your most painful burden into your richest blessing!

Greetings, First 911, then Katrina, and now Haiti, please join me to help our families in this need to start now...The tears. Images of broken and mangled bodies, collapsed buildings and devastated survivors. I am in mourning for Haiti, for my people and all I could do was pray, hurt and cry. I prayed and gave thanks for the many things that I often take for granted, food, shelter, safety and for never having to experience something so tragic, life-altering and unimaginable. For the next few days whenever anyone made mention of what happened, I fell to pieces all over again. I wanted to do something other than cry and pray but I didn't know the first place to start. I'm not of Haitian decent and have a limited knowledge of Haiti and its culture. There's no solid justification for my ignorance but the day is new. The people of Haiti are my people. My brothers and sisters, living under the same sky, walking the same earth and well worth more than just my well wishes, sympathies and afterthoughts. This group will provide aide in helping in any way that we can. After the rescue team have finish in all that they can do at the time to help Haiti get back on track with their lives. We will send our donations to help in the coming years ahead,and help to rebuild their Nation...

This group will also aide others as we move forward in any way that we can!
IF YOU HAVE A FOUNDATION, ORGANIZATION, CHARITY, OR MAYBE SOMEONE IN THIS GROUP NEED HELP. WE WILL WORK AS A TEAM AND REACH DEEP IN OUR SOULS TO HELP.



OUR FIRST DONATION PROJECT WILL BE HAITI AND I WILL ADD OTHERS AS WE MOVE FORWARD. I HAVE SET UP A SPECIAL ACCOUNT WITH PAYPAL AND WILL INFORM YOU THE CUT OFF DATE FOR DONATIONS. PAYPAL WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH A RECEIPT AT THE TIME OF YOUR TRANSACTION. AFTER THE CUT OFF DATE, I WILL HAVE PAYPAL RELEASE A CHECK TO MY BANK TO FORWARD OUR CHECK TO THE PROPER ORGANIZATION, FOUNDATION, CHARITY, OR MAYBE SOMEONE IN THIS GROUP NEEDS HELP. I WILL GET ASSISTED HELP FROM OUR GROUP TO MAKE SURE OUR FUNDS WILL BE GIVEN TO OUR FAMILIES...

FOR ALL WHO HAVE DONATED, YOUR NAME AND AMOUNT WILL BE SEEN! PLEASE DO NOT PUT COMMENTS IN ANY OF THE DISCUSSIONS, ADD THEM BELOW. PLEASE ONLY PROVIDE YOUR NAME AND DONATION AMOUNT, ALL OTHER INFORMATION WILL BE DELETED!!!

UNDERSTAND THIS IS A NO NONSENSE GROUP AND WE WILL MOVE FORWARD IN THE AIDE TO HELP OTHERS, AND MAYBE ONE DAY ONE OF US. I WILL BE UPDATING THIS GROUP AS WE MOVE FORWARD, PLEASE KNOW ANY SUGGESTIONS, COMMENTS, ETC. WILL BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED...


 WHERE IS HAITI TODAY MAY 8, 2011 ON MOTHER'S DAY! More than 700,000 people are still living in tent camps throughout Haiti. Women and young girls remain particularly vulnerable and are increasingly targets of physical abuse and rape. This alarming rise in gender-based violence results in part from the deplorable conditions in tent camps, including an absence of security and police presence, lack of adequate lighting at night, and an unavailability of private bathing facilities, among other things. We're working hard towards the launch of a new program aimed at combating gender-based violence in the tent camps. In the interim, this symbolic token will help supply desperately needed funding to further that effort. It's a fitting tribute to women and young women everywhere; better yet, you can demonstrate your support of women and girls in Haiti too! CLICK HERE AND SUPPORT HAITI ONLINE SHOP

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Comment by LaFaith Networks on January 17, 2010 at 8:11pm
Greetings Elish Thank You!
We are the World, We Are the Children, We are the ones that make a brighter day just You and Me...HUGS

Shay
Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on January 19, 2010 at 5:15pm
HAITI - WHAT WE KNOW NOW!

Royal Caribbean's decision to dock ships at Haitian resort creates controversy

By now, most of us have seen and heard about the profound devastation and suffering wrought upon Haiti last week after a massive earthquake. So you'd probably think there's no way that cruising tourists could have returned to frolicking on Haiti's beaches mere miles from where people are trapped beneath the rubble of a decimated city. Unfortunately, you'd be wrong.

On Sunday, the Guardian reported that Florida-based Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines is docking ships at the "picturesque wooded peninsula" known as Labadee, which it leases on Haiti's northern coast. At Labadee, passengers "enjoy jetski rides, parasailing, and rum cocktails delivered to their hammocks." The British paper also reported that passengers can spend their time "shopping for trinkets at a craft market" while armed guards stand at the entry to the complex to guarantee their safety.

Despite the fact that the ships have delivered relief supplies to the island, some passengers on the ships are reportedly "sickened" over the decision to dock there. One passenger took to an Internet message board to protest the idea of vacationing where "tens of thousands of dead people are being piled up on the streets, with the survivors stunned and looking for food and water."

When Royal Caribbean announced its decision to resume stops at Labadee last week, a company executive cited the economic importance of the resort to the local citizens as well as the opportunity to deliver much-needed supplies.

WHAT DO YOU THINK? SHOULD THE RICH PARTY GOING, VACATIONING, COCTAIL DRINKING TOURIST BE ALLOW TO GET THEIR GROOVE ON JUST 85 MILES FROM WHERE PEOPLE ARE IN MOURNING, SHOCK, GRIEF, HOMELESS AND DEAD?
Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on January 19, 2010 at 6:44pm


As the days go by, we will witness Profiteers, Banksters, Real Steal Estate Investors and Oil Drilling surveyers converging on Port Au Prince alonf side the Armys of the world who wanted to invade Haiti and tried numerous times. Study History and Know what's going on for real without having to depend on the news.
Comment by LaFaith Networks on January 19, 2010 at 8:08pm
Greetings Hassan Thank You for bringing REALITY!
What Do I Think? I think the Royal Caribbean's needs to dock their ship so far beyond the water at this time, that they do not exist. Unless, they have on board a crew full of called Rescue Teams with Food, Water, Medical Equipment and everything that is needed to help our families. We do understand that life goes on as we move through this devastation, But some folks just do not get it.

I will say this, For Everyone that do not live through your Heart, You Life means much of NOTHING...

Peace & LuV,

Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on January 20, 2010 at 6:52am
OR, dock and allow survivers to board and take baths, eat and return refreshed. They could afford to do this for at least 3 days. Money and Greed seem to have taken over Goodness and Blessings. If it was my ship, it would have been there day one.
Comment by Dr. F. A. Young, Esq. on January 20, 2010 at 8:04am
The appalling state of the country is a direct result of having offended a quite different celestial authority -- the French. France gained the western third of the island of Hispaniola -- the territory that is now Haiti -- in 1697. It planted sugar and coffee, supported by an unprecedented increase in the importation of African slaves. Economically, the result was a success, but life as a slave was intolerable. Living conditions were squalid, disease was rife, and beatings and abuses were universal. The slaves’ life expectancy was 21 years. After a dramatic slave uprising that shook the western world, and 12 years of war, Haiti finally defeated Napoleon’s forces in 1804 and declared independence. But France demanded reparations: 150m francs, in gold. For Haiti, this debt did not signify the beginning of freedom, but the end of hope. Even after it was reduced to 60m francs in the 1830s, it was still far more than the war-ravaged country could afford. Haiti was the only country in which the ex-slaves themselves were expected to pay a foreign government for their liberty. By 1900, it was spending 80% of its national budget on repayments. In order to manage the original reparations, further loans were taken out -- mostly from the United States, Germany and France.

Instead of developing its potential, this deformed state produced a parade of nefarious leaders, most of whom gave up the insurmountable task of trying to fix the country and looted it instead. In 1947, Haiti finally paid off the original reparations, plus interest. Doing so left it destitute, corrupt, disastrously lacking in investment and politically volatile. Haiti was trapped in a downward spiral, from which it is still impossible to escape. It remains hopelessly in debt to this day.

This September, Haiti qualified for the cancellation of $1.2 billion of its $1.9 billion in external debt. To ensure the recovery of the nation and the livelihoods of its 9 million citizens, the IDB and any other lenders should fully cancel any remaining debt obligations. Then France should pay back the funds extorted. Have you read the reparations case info.
Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on January 20, 2010 at 10:28am
HAITI was hit again today with another blast. Are these earthQuakes or are they strikes by H.A.A.R.P. on Haiti? If you think man made earthquakes are just conspiracy, JUST WATCH THIS VIDEO...

Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on January 20, 2010 at 9:16pm
Those of us who know and study our history can not be fooled today. Warmongers never end the war they just regroup and attack from another strategy. Watch Tv but read between the lines. Those who say they come to aid you will shoot you and call you a looter. Looting what?
Comment by LaFaith Networks on January 21, 2010 at 12:04am
Greetings Family First and Foremost Thank You & My Hug!
Looting What? Surviving, Food, Water, Medical Aid, Help!!! The only Looting I see going on, IS SAVING LIVES...What is the meaning of Humanism

Comment by Dr. F. A. Young, Esq. on January 22, 2010 at 8:19am
Understand the History of Haiti. The Africans in Haiti - bought their on slave ships. Succeeded in defeating the French and had to pay the French Reparations!! Wake up and do not be duped by current media spin. Haiti is 80 percent Catholic where is the funds from the catholic church – where is the reparation due from France. More military aid - marines - army and food to feed and support them is going into Haiti - the cover story of aid !! Understand that the Western interest is to secure Haiti for military use and corporate capitalism wants to rebuild a major tourist destination for the rich and famous! Do not be surprised if moves are made to move and ship Haitians all over the world instead of rebuilding their homes, hospitals and schools; instead of providing interest free loans to the Black Haitian farmers!

The mantra of the Black Haitian poor must be Rebuild not Relocate!

RBG Exposes -War Criminals to Haiti's Rescue

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEiOLgCmxFo

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