If you think there is no power in prayer or positive visualization, consider what has happened the last few days:
- Although one Thai diver died in the process, 13 people—12 kids and their coach—were slowly but safely extricated over the course of three days, from a flooded cave in Thailand.
- A prop sea-plane crash-landed on a mountain in Alaska, and all 11 people survived and were quickly rescued.
- An abandoned 5-month old baby buried face-down in the dirt of the Montana wilderness for 9 hours “clothed only in a wet, soiled onesie”, was found alive and in reasonably good health. “This is what we call a miracle,” the sheriff’s office said. He was found by Deputy Ross Jessop while searching the huge wooded area, when he heard “just a whimper.”
(Look closely at that little hand–the dirt under the fingernails and the scratches on the palm and fingers. That baby fought for its life.)
So if you think good things don’t happen in this Age of Trump—think again.
Even the British are preparing for Trump’s upcoming visit to the Queen with him cruising over London’s famed Parliament (see below). They have the right idea celebrating his significance on the world stage this week. I wonder if they can mass-produce those balloons?
NATO should include them in the complementary gift packets to the other leaders. I bet it would be the HIT of the conference.
I’ll also bet that Angela Merkel probably wants at least half a dozen for personal, nefarious purposes.
(Here’s the Large Orange One’s infamous sneer: Notice the ever present cell-phone in his right teensy-tiny, little hand.)
(Well, there goes the neighborhood–who let the hot-air BULLY out?)
(Trump-baby tours London from the only safe place he can find to do so. Lots of roaring crowds there, I’ll bet, but not exactly like his well-funded campaign rallies.)
See, some miracles really DO happen! Be extremely thankful for each and every one of them–especially the first three mentioned in this post. I know that I am!
And here in the USA, we’re just glad Trump-baby’s out of the country this week so we can share him with the rest of the world!
That’s another miracle for us–but not so much for you, Europe. Sorry.