“Saint” Teresa

Saint TeresaThis past weekend, Mother Teresa was honored and named a Saint in Rome. I have an acquaintance who was there and posted photos/videos on Facebook.

I have always admired Mother Teresa’s work and have also realized she was a queen of working with intentions. She always had the interest of those less fortunate and maneuvered others so that those impoverished could get better care (whether it was food, housing medical care, etc.).

Mother Teresa died shortly after Princess Diana and both of them deserve Sainthood in my humble opinion!


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The Princess Diana Exhibit

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to go through the Princess Diana Celebration exhibit at the Mall of America. It was an amazing display, stunningly beautiful. And you could certainly feel her dear energy throughout the exhibit.

I was aware of the music:

  • “Trumpet Voluntary” played over and over in the room with her spectacular wedding dress and the 25-foot train.
  • In the next room was Elton John singing “Candle in the Wind” at her funeral.

In different places in the exhibit you could hear both at the same time. While this wasn’t necessarily pleasing to the ears, it was an audio expression of her short, complex life. The music helped bring up a range of emotions – from anticipation and excitement to see her wedding dress to deep sorrow about her too-soon departure from Earth to gratitude for her important contribution to world peace. Princess Diana was truly a healer … what a beautiful role model for all of us.


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