Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Wordless Wednesday # 20 Darfur...






So, How are things going for your kids?????

Peace & Love ... For Darfur

28 People Saying Something!

Andrea 09 April, 2008 08:36

Yes...very thought provoking! How often we forget...

ShAĆ© - ShAĆ© 09 April, 2008 08:48

Very powerful images.

Sharon Brumfield 09 April, 2008 10:56

I am afraid that this is going around all over the world.
Two years ago when we went on a mission trip to San Salvador we found people living with such need.
Not the political unrest--but needs.

I just wanted you to know that I mailed you a package yesterday. It went by normal mail--so they said 7 to nine days. So be watching.
In case you forgot---it is for the pay it forward.

carrie 09 April, 2008 11:50

my heart breaks for them.

Dana 09 April, 2008 14:52

Thanks for stopping by my Blog...

Hope you come and visit again soon!! :)

Mimi 09 April, 2008 15:07

Pictures of the people and kids in Dafur always sadden me :(
It also makes me realize how blessed I am.

Kellan 09 April, 2008 16:04

Oh Yes - Peace & Love for Darfur - please God!!!

TAke care - Kellan

Talk..to..Grams 09 April, 2008 18:02

It is around the world... My grandson feeds kids every Saturday morning and plays games with them in Mexico. Some of them are so poor we have no idea. I think it worse in Darfur.
Thanks for your visits! Love and Hugs Grams

mama meji 09 April, 2008 18:54

We just have to count our blessings everyday...and share them to others too.

Lisa C 09 April, 2008 20:00

These are certainly not images we see everyday here in America but they are so common in other parts of the world. We do forget how good we have it in comparison. Thanks for making me slow down and appreciate that.

Diana 09 April, 2008 21:54

I'm definitely wordless...

Roger 09 April, 2008 22:01

Very touching WW!

eastcoastlife 09 April, 2008 23:09

People need to be constantly reminded of the sufferings of the less fortunates.

I serve the wealthy and powerful. Because they have money to buy anything they want and in abundant, these rich and their kids tend to waste resources. They should be shot.

Tere 09 April, 2008 23:33

Make ma realize more how blessed we are! Happy WW!

LaskiGal 09 April, 2008 23:37

Heartbreaking . . . and truly needs no words . . . just action.

LaskiGal 09 April, 2008 23:40

I had to add . . . my little guy is so fortunate. And, he will grow up knowing that AND hopefully working to help others experience a peaceful, happy, and loving life . . .

BTW--your grand baby is beautiful!

Natalie 10 April, 2008 00:29

Heart breaking!

stephanie 10 April, 2008 00:40

Wow. So powerful. So heartbreaking. Thank you for this sobering reminder. It's so hard to see, but we need to see it, to remember, to keep from turning a blind eye on those who are suffering so deeply.

Robert 10 April, 2008 00:50

Shocking and touching images.

bluedreamer27 10 April, 2008 06:25

o my i felt pity for those kids
may God bless them

aj 10 April, 2008 10:09

Thanks for the reminder. We should have little complaints after seeing the suffering of little children. SMH..what if the gub'ment diverted money from this war onto suffering children?

MrsGrapevine 10 April, 2008 12:19

I couldn't imagine being so helpless that you can't save your very own child. It's just heart-breaking to watch someone you love suffer, but to suffer simply because you are simply you is just horrific.

Cecily R 10 April, 2008 13:26

Oh, my heart hurts!

the teach 10 April, 2008 13:59

Oh Regina, it's terrible what these babies have to go through! My heart goes out to them!

Talk..to..Grams 10 April, 2008 14:16

Hi again! I have tagged you for a Meme!! Love Grams

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Just horrifying - impossible to pass by these images and not shudder.

Danielle 10 April, 2008 16:08

Great sentiment!

I just finished the link post which includes 5 action items sponsored by Dream for Darfur for our blogblast on the 13th, In Solidarity: Global Day for Darfur.

http://modernmusings.com/in-solidarity-global-day-for-darfur-links/

Thank you so much again for participating and educating your readers on the atrocities that are being committed in Darfur.

In light and love

Danielle

Melanie 10 April, 2008 22:36

Very eye opening. So sad.

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