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April 25th, 2008 8:05 AM

Dear Friends,

I went to see one of my favorite opera performers last Sunday at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.

Bryn Terfel is an extroardinary bass-baritone from Wales. He made his LA Opera debut with a 2004 recital & returned to Los Angeles in 2005 in the title role of FALSTAFF. He has an impressive and commanding presence, not only in his voice and stature but in his ability to overwhelm the audience with his wholesome and genuine character which resonates throughout his masterful delivery.

The latest recital was fun! I've attended all 3 of his performances here in Los Angeles!

The last song performed was "My Living Has Not Been In Vain!". This song may contribute to a sense of regret, for not taking actions in our personal lives when the opportunity presented itself. Also there may have been circumstances which did not allow you to become the person you've always dreamed to be. While dwelling in this long road of regrets is truly painful, there needs to be an accomodation or willing to move forward in a new direction with a renewed sense of hope and optimism for the future. The 'mortgage mess' comes to mind as a stinging reminder that many Americans have lost their homes due to delitirious and disturbing factors.

If you are struggling to make ends meet or if you are in foreclosure, there is no need to believe the monies you saved to purchase your home and the sacrifice in obtaining the funds to do so, was 'in vain'. Our lives are truly our own and such events reenforces or reminds us of our past experiences. Our past ultimately contributes to additional knowledge and eventually directs our determination for understanding, which manifests itself in the procurement of wisdom.

We are now able to comprehend there are situations which we will NEVER be involved in, ever again.

Please read below remarks which contribute to this dialogue by the Pontiff.


We are thrilled at the response we've had for our last TEAMBLOG highlighting the trip to the US by Pope Benedict.

We had more 'hits' in 1 day than in any other BLOG we've ever written! The Pope's trip was a meaningful one as he was able to open up our hearts and begin to fulfill a new direction for our lives and our nation with a sense of hope for the future in all endeavours. The crowds were  enthusiastic, genuine and moving during his presence.

In his prayer at Ground Zero last Sunday, Pope Benedict requested God's guidance 'to give eternal light and peace to all who died here'. Furthermore, to 'grant that those whose lives were spared may live, so that the lives lost may not have been in vain."

Below is a photo of the Pontiff at Ground Zero last Sunday.

Benedict will be missed! 



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