Rev Dr Catherine M Gross

A PLACE IN YOUR HEART

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I have learned many things but greatest lesson I have ever learned is how to love and be loved. I learned that from Michael Jackson. Love is forever. That is why Michael Jackson will always live in our hearts. Maya Angelou said People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.They way he made us feel…was loved. Michael Jackson healed, filled and lifted the hearts of people all across this globe. It is time for us to try to "heal the world" ~Rev. Catherine Gross,Ed.D

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?...I enjoy nature too much.... I know the tree feels it when the wind blows through it. It probably goes, ?Ohhhh, this is wonderful.? And that´s how I feel when I´m singing some songs. It´s wonderful.? "Plus, I'm crazy for birds and animals and puppies. And I love exotic things. I've had llamas, peacocks, a rhea, which is the second largest bird in the world, a macaw, which is the largest parrot from South America, pheasants, racoons, chickens….everything. Now, I'm gonna get a faun. And a flamingo.... I want a chimpanzee – they're so sweet. Oh, I have such a good time with the animals. I have a wonderful relationship with animals, they really understand me.... I'd like to get into the whole veterinarian thing and learn the behaviour of animals. Dogs may see in black and white. Dogs might even see the wind. And what about the king cobra – what makes him come up when they play that pipe?" Michael Jackson, Melody Maker music newspaper, 1980
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FROM Rachel ... My mission involves helping the most rural places in the world where children and women do not have a voice. I only work with rural villages where a strong leader is in place engaging the community in all projects. I travel... more

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This book will help you "feel" what it was like to be a close and trusted friend of Michael's, about living in ?Neverland,? personally sharing some of his very private ?life's footsteps,? and involved in creating a magical wonderland through... more

So far, Murray has done back to back TV programs to degrade and make money off of the name of Michael. If we want to be successful in overcoming all of this, we have to see it for what it is...and we MUST stick together. If you... more

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The Gathering Place is a place for us to come together and laugh, or cry or simply stop and breathe. It is a place for us to have compassion for ourselves and each other, to heal, grow stronger, and be the very change we have fought so long... more

Donna has been known as a visionary in her approach to all her endeavors. Highly intuitive and having a keen sense of forward direction, she has used these abilities throughout her life. Her creative expression, imagination and... more

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