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Monday, July 25, 2011

Tuesday Tune ~ To Everything There Is a Season

Thank you for stopping by and visiting Natasha In Oz today. I don't really have too much to say today....

Like many I am still in shock about the tragic events in Norway, Oslo and Ut√łya.

Tuesday Tune, To Everything There Is a Season, Norway, Natasha in Oz
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To the people of Norway, you will be in my thoughts and prayers. At this time of immense sadness, suffering and pain, I pray that hatred can be replaced with love, injury can be replaced with forgiveness and despair can be overcome by hope.

Today, I dedicate this post and my #TuesdayTune to the people of Norway.



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Natasha In Oz 
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20 comments:

  1. You've put my thoughts into words...xo

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  2. My heart crying...double...xxx...

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  3. A terrible tragedy and I think it is wonderful you paid tribute on your blog Natasha.

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  4. Truly horrible but your post is a beautiful thing. Thank You.

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  5. it makes me think...evil really does walk among us.....totally sad.

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  6. <3 So horrible.. I agree with what Sarah said... evil really does walk among us..

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  7. Beautiful tribute, Natasha. Such sad times we live in.

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  8. What a thoughtful and lovely post, Natasha...thanks for putting your thoughts to words and song

    Take good care of yourself and peace today---

    Linda

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  9. It is overwhelmingly sad- I have stopped watching the news reports because it is just so hard to envision what those poor children went through. My prayers are with Norway today.

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  10. You've said what we are all feeling there, Natasha. Warmest wishes my friend. Lovely thoughtful post.

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  11. Natasha

    A beautiful heartfelt post.
    thank you

    I am in an unspeakable moment.

    Norway is on my bucket list of places to visit.

    I follow many Scandinavian bloggers and am in awe of their peacefulness!

    This is a time in life that you just can not finds words to explain why.
    How do people Turn?

    Prayers, love and serenity to all in Norway and their families hurting world wide.

    x

    Loulou

    http://hereiamloulou.blogspot.com/

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  12. Terribly sad. Thank you for including this timely tribute. My prayers go out to all involved.

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  13. Horrible time for Norway. May the victims' loved ones find comfort and peace soon.

    Thanks for the invite to Sunday Song and for signing in on my followers widget. I wanted to reciprocate but my avatar isn't showing on yours after signing in, so I'm putting a link of your blog on my sidebar so my friends and visitors will find their way to your place. See you around.

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  14. I can't help but hurt for all the mothers who are grieving. Oh that evil men would turn to God.

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  15. This is one of my very favorite songs. And I agree with you. The senseless destruction in Norway is so very sad.
    I'm glad you shared with us on Spiritual Sundays.
    Blessings,
    Charlotte

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