Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Arnold and Maria not as important as Tuscaloosa and Joplin.

I know people realize that Ex Governor Arnold is not as important as the tornadoes that ripped through Tuscaloosa and Joplin, but the media seems to enjoy spending time on information that can be a little miss leading.  I am starting to realize that back at home and the rest of the world, people are begining to forget about Japan and Tuscaloosa.  The only reason why Joplin is still always on the news is that the rescuers are still finding victims of the May 22, 2011 tornado.  There is no big name for these Tornadoes, like Rita, Ivan or Ike, but the damage they leave behind is named Hell.   I have been looking at pictures and reading articles about the recent devastation in Joplin MO, and showing friends and family members my pictures.  I must say it all makes a grown Man cry.  Thank God for the blessing sent down that these people can continue on with their lives and begin to rebuild. At present Bridges is working on a benefit concert for the victims, and it is going well.  Many people have only forgotten because their lives are so busy, but it is my job to help them remember.  I am getting great fundraising Ideas from my Friends and family.  Even I got hit with bad news that I will have a $5,500.oo hospital bill, but the lord works in amazing ways, and a little state help and cheap payment every month, makes it do able.  It took Heather my Love to get me to remember what my work is and that I need not fret.  For doing God's work and getting donations for Tuscaloosa and Joplin is my mission.  It is easy to get caught up in life with ones problems, but to understand you have a higher mission, well My body is getting healed, and I can continue on the work that lies a head.  PLEASE DO NOT FORGET ABOUT TUSCALOOSA.  I was blessed to have been able to have spent the time I did down there and I have a reason more important then ever, to find ways to get donations down south.  I am thankful for my friends, family, Josie puppy and most of all Heather.
Good Night and God Bless. 

Monday, May 23, 2011

Another tornado another town

I am in Colorado, and in bed recovering from a virus that put me in the hospital on my birthday May 22, 2011.  While I was in the hospital another tornado hit another town, Joplin, MO.  89 people dead, and mass destruction.  Bridges would like to get down and see what we can do, but it is time for fund raising.  The last trip used up all my savings plus sum, and now I will need to regroup, and hopefully raise some money for Tuscaloosa, and now Joplin.  This has become a chaotic spring in the United States, and Hurricane season has yet to hit.  I am hoping bridges can get out there and do some more good for people.  Joplin is not asking for volunteers,  but needs money.  BRIDGES has connections down there that can help, they just need funding.  If there is any thing you can do to help please send donations to www.worldbridges.org.  We have pay pal attached, and working on getting a PO box for donations.
God Bless. 

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Home and the work begins

I am home and back in the Arms of the Woman I love (Heather).  My body is still trying to adapt to the changes, and it has left me feeling very sick.  Being home now, the real work starts.  www.worldbridges.  Bridges mission back west now is to bridge Colorado and other states to Tuscaloosa Alabama.  I will try and meet with one million people and get a dollar from each one, hence acquiring one million dollars to donate to the cause in Tuscaloosa.  On April 27, 2011, the country watched as the largest tornado in recorded history, went right through the city of Tuscaloosa Alabama.  It destroyed homes and businesses alike.  Though the people mostly feel blessed, the ones that survived, their lives have been turned upside down.   Many still live in the shelter, and many more are trying to settle into temporary housing.  Jobs have been lost and people have lost all sources of income.  Most of the home that were destroyed by the tornado, were not insured and the people do not have the money and materials to rebuild.  With the money raised by Bridges, rebuild can be easier.  Groups such as We are T Town, and Toomers for Tuscaloosa, have been working hard to meet the heavy demands met in rebuilding.  They have been finding housing for people, bringing needed food and supplies to those in need, organizing clean up, stopping corruption and theft, and helping rebuild.  The proses of rebuilding can take years to come.  We need to keep these people in our hearts and minds.  After a month, Tuscaloosa is still in shambles.  People are still staying on cots at Belk Rec Center, and areas still look as if a bomb went off. People Like Fat Baby’s are still out feeding people survivors and workers for free.  A lot of people are working diligently to rebuild, but it can be over whelming.  We need to continue to help and provide support.  It is easy to get busy with our own lives, but this someday could happen to us, and I would hope that there are people out there that would give a helping hand.  Help us build a bridge of love to Tuscaloosa.  Please donate with pay pal to www.bridges.org, and a tax right off receipt will be sent to you.
Thanks and God Bless.     

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The voyage home to spread the word of how to help the people of Tuscaloosa

I am now in Wisconsin with Gared, Steph and I are working on creating pamphlets and a power point presentation to show the people of Colorado what Tuscaloosans are going through.  I will be taking this information out to churches and other foundations to help rise money and awareness.  The money that is raised will go to help We are T Town on their mission to bring recovery and love to those that have lost everything.  A bridge will be made to bring our communities together.  Bridges is a non profit organization that brings communities together creating sustainable and environmentally conscience awareness and communal connection through out this country and the world.  God be with you all as we go into the unknown and create a future that is sustainable and connected for generations to come.    

Monday, May 16, 2011

The sun has arrived after the rain on ground zero.

Blessed be the sun that has shine light on Ground zero after a cloudy weekend.  The hand of God has work a miracle on Alabama and myself.  I have been down here fight to help as many people as possible, and fighting in my self to understand.  The holy spirit has been showing me all these signs that I have been thinking is just  unrelated random events.  Very thing that has happened up to this point has happened so I can see the light and become stronger in the word and Gods understanding.  Mr Paige, that I wrote about surviving the tornado in a bath tub, invited me to his church.  I was the first time I have been to a southern baptist church.  I tell what, The lord breaths through all the people in that small brick building.  By the time it was over I was on top of a golden mountain, larger then any mountain in my home state.  As beautiful as the experience was, it was the message of God that effected me the most. They read from the Bible book of John (the book I always used to fight God's existence) Verse 6:46, For the blind can lead the blind, nor can a man get a grain of sand out of another man's eye if he has it in his own I.  The entire time the pastor spoke directly to me. But God moved this man, who allowed me to receive the best gift I have ever received and the only gift I shall ever need.  I now have brothers and sisters all over the world.  Mr Paige, is Brother Clarence, and when I saw him at the shelter later that evening I received an embrace from God, and gave him the biggest hug.
After church I met up with We Are T Town (Michelle, her husband and volunteers that flocked to serve god in a difficult time)  at the sight next to were Fat Babys Country Cooking is located and Brother Clarence's demolished home is.  On the hill were most of the tornado took the lives of people, I met a young couple who had left their grandma, grandpa, and mother to seek shelter with their new born baby.  The elders not wanting to leave, made the decision to stay and died by the tornado.  We (Bridges and We Are T Town) met with the young couple and we began searching threw the rubble.
I realized that my two hands were not enough to find the pictures that were needed to help them with their suffering.  Later back at the Red Cross Shelter, I was talking to my brother.  He asked me how do we get our social network to work like We Are T Town's social network.  I was taking a shower and God came to again with a bright light as said, Go back to your community and finish the bridge.
BRIDGES in a non profit that is building BRIDGES from one location to another.  Our Bridges will last longer then any Roman stone bridge, because a bridge of love is forever.  I will be returning home soon to speak God's word, and get the funding to We ARE T TOWN.  For my my sister Michelle knows what to do with the money.  God has a purpose for me and if I walk with Jesus I will never be alone.  I have begun to understand Budda'a enlightenment, and ALAHA's  word.  there is one spirit and many, and I want to be the carpenter of  bridges of love.
God bless

Sunday, May 15, 2011


All I have to say is God the divine is great, I understand the gift.