The Gulf Oil disaster


A sea turtle is mired in oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on Grand Terre Island, Louisiana June 8, 2010. (REUTERS/Lee Celano) #

Please everyone, continue to pray for them. Continue to send your intentions and energy to this region for healing. Continue to ask mother earth for our forgiveness, and ask the universe that this crisis end for the highest good of all concerned. It may be that the crisis needs to be bad enough that our government and our people will realize the dangers of drilling into the earth for oil. We cannot know what the highest outcome may be, but we can be humble, we can ask for forgiveness, and we can pray and connect with the spiritual realm to help this earth. Send love and help in any way you can. Whatever you do, do not give up! We cannot give up – we can only go forward in strength and hope, cleaning each feather, each turtle shell, each stretch of beach that we can. And we can forbid such risky behavior in the future as we each learn to rely on our own energy for transportation and comfort.

Namasté


An exhausted oil-covered brown pelican tries to climb over an oil containment boom along Queen Bess Island Pelican Rookery, 3 miles northeast of Grand Isle, Louisiana June 5, 2010. Wildlife experts are working to rescue birds from the rookery which has been affected by BP’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and transporting them to the Fort Jackson Rehabilitation Center. (REUTERS/Sean Gardner) #

*pictures from http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/06/scenes_from_the_gulf_of_mexico.html?camp=localsearch:on:twit:bigpic

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