One Last Christmas

On December 24, 2010, in Hope, Love, by Admin
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This song is inspired by the true story of how a family and community rallied together to make sure that Dax could enjoy One Last Christmas.

Dax’s parents were so touched by their experience with St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, where Dax underwent two bone marrow transplants, they have started a foundation to help raise $1.6 million dollars for St. Jude.  It’s named, ‘Cherish Every Moment-The Dax Locke Foundation’. Go to http://www.daxlocke.com to donate or find out more about Dax’s story.

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The Christmas Story

On December 21, 2010, in Faith, Joy, by Admin
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A cute video that illustrates the origin of Christmas as told through the eyes of the children of St Paul’s Church in Auckland.

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99 Balloons

On December 21, 2010, in Faith, Love, by Admin
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99 Balloons is the story of baby Eliot. It is an inspirational story of the parents love for their child. If you haven’t seen this yet, it is a must see! Warning: It may make you cry.

Eliot’s life has given his parents, Matt & Ginny, a passion for helping special needs children and their families, and ave since started an organisation called 99 Balloons Inc. to fulfill their passion. View their website – http://ninetynineballoons.com/

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Wedding Entrance Dance

On December 21, 2010, in Joy, Love, by Admin
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Not your typical wedding entrance.

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Sound of Music

On December 21, 2010, in Joy, by Admin
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Morning commuters got an interesting surprise at the Antwerp Train Station in Belgium when the Sound of Music’s ‘Do Re Mi’ song started playing. This has been around for a while but still makes me smile everytime I watch it.

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The Earthquake Song

On September 16, 2010, in Christchurch Earthquake, Joy, by Admin
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This is a light hearted song about the Christchurch earthquake put together by Adam Percival and James Brown.

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Christchurch Earthquake

On September 11, 2010, in Christchurch Earthquake, Hope, by Admin
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With a population of over 375,000, it’s an absolute miracle that not one person lost their life in the massive 7.1 Christchurch earthquake. I can’t help but feel that someone was watching over us. Although many people lost their homes and life will never be the same, it gives me great hope in humanity to see and hear stories of neighbors helping neighbors and complete stangers lending a hand to those in need. It’s a shame that we need such a big shake up for this to happen, but it’s funny how some things work out.

Here’s a great video tribute to the Christchurch earthquake which took place at 4:35am on the 4th September 2010. The song used in the video is Let It Be, by Journey South.

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