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➤ Kumbaya + More Lyrics ♫

FREE SONG (MP3): Just RIGHT click on the link below to download this free song: ‪www.4you.dreamerstoday.com The style of guitar playing is called, “Drum Guitar.” …it is a style of playing that I developed, using a padded drum stick to strike the guitar, creating amazing colors of sound. …in this particular song, the guitar is tuned to regular tuning. …it you’d like to see tutorial video on how to play drum guitar, refer to the following link: www.youtube.com ______________________________________________ KUMBAYA with New Lyrics by jAckie messenger *Someone’s singing, singing a song for you *Someone’s singing, singing a song for you Hear me singing Lord, kumbaya Hear me singing Lord, kumbaya Hear me singing Lord, kumbaya Oh Lord, kumbaya *Oh Lord, I need you now my Lord *May I hear your voice, your every whisper *May I hear you Lord *Someone’s praying, praying a prayer for you *Someone’s praying, praying a prayer for you Hear me praying Lord, kumbaya Hear me praying Lord, kumbaya Hear me praying Lord, kumbaya Oh Lord, kumbaya Oh Lord, kumbaya *Additional Lyrics have a star in front of the line, and were written by Jackie Messenger @2010 All Rights Reserved ——————————————————————————— PS This video was filmed, recorded, and uploaded on 10-10-’10 October 10, 2010 at 10:10pm (Hawaii time) unfortunately it took a long time to upload, so it says it was uploaded on 10-11-10, but that’s okay, the moment was still

Canary Islands Tidal Wave

El Hierro Volcano: Is one of the smallest of the Canary Islands, the origins of the island date back some 100 million years when the ocean floor shifted with the movement of the Earth’s mantle. The crust cracked into a three pointed star releasing flows of magma. After 3 eruptions, the island emerged from the ocean as an imposing volcano more than 2000 meters high. It has now been over 200 years since the last eruption but El Hierro. Although being the smallest island, it has the largest number of volcanoes with over 500 open sky cones and another 300 covered by the most recent outflows. There has been uncertainty surrounding reports of a historical eruption taking place in 1793. Meanwhile, scientific research is predicting that an eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, at La Palma in the Canary Islands would result in a massive mega-tsunami that would reach the East Coast of America. Geological evidence suggests that during a future eruption, Cumbre Vieja Volcano on the Island of La Palma may experience a catastrophic failure of its west flank, dropping 150 to 500 km3 of rock into the sea. Using a geologically reasonable estimate of landslide motion, we model tsunami waves produced by such a collapse. Waves generated by the run-out of a 500 km3 (150 km3) slide block at 100 m/s could transit the entire Atlantic Basin and arrive on the coasts of the Americas with 10-25 m (3-8 m) height. Lateral collapses of oceanic island volcanoes rank amongst the most spectacular natural

Drum for Joy workshop 1 w/ Jaqui MacMillan in Coopersburg, PA 062610

If you can say it, you can play it” … These are the famous words of Jaqui’s first drum teacher, Babatunde Olatunji, and also the foundation for all of her teachings. In the Drum For Joy!™ workshops, you learn the language of the djembe drum, basic hand drum technique, and how to make your drum sing. Jaqui presents the drum songs in a way that make it fun and easy to learn. By building and playing drum compositions with all of their parts, (rhythms, breaks, solos and vocals), you experience the magic of music making and the joy of drumming in a group! Jaqui MacMillan first found her passion for African drumming in the early 1980’s and over a span of thirteen years, studied with numerous master drummers including Babatunde Olatunji, Mamady Keita, Sam Turner, Carlos Moore, and Mahiri Fadjimba Keita at the Tam Tam Mandingue School in Washington, DC In 1999 and 2001, she attended the Drum Circle Facilitators Playshop and the Facilitators Mentor Training in Hawaii with Arthur Hull and is a founding board member of the Drum Circle Facilitators Guild (DCFG), an organization dedicated to professionalism in the field of drum circle facilitation.

Shming swimming

Recommended video: www.youtube.com Shming the African hedgehog plays, swims, and floats. HE is 3 years, 7 months, and 11 days old in this video. YES, HE CAN REACH THE BOTTOM. If he’d had difficulty for a split-second longer at 0:33 one of us would have helped him up and, in fact, was about to do so. He was in no danger. DO NOT try this with an inexperienced swimmer. Shming is an excellent swimmer, but you could drown one if you don’t know EXACTLY what you’re doing! Even the best swimmer should NEVER, EVER be left alone! For those who are worried, here is a comment by akwekon (ZG Standing Bear), one of the most respected authorities on African hedgehogs: “Hedgehogs are excellent swimmers and many take to the water with enthusiasm. Pet African hedgehogs are seldom exposed to water and may be timid at first but many really enjoy it once they are accustomed. Shming was cavorting about and flipped himself over when tired of floating – signs that he had everything under control. Only experienced handlers should ever try this and by all means NEVER leave a hedgehog alone in the water. Best wishes, ZG Standing Bear at The Flash & Thelma HH Rescue” If you allow a hedgehog to swim, please monitor the condition of the ears to make certain no infection develops. Please do not make rude comments about his weight, as the circumstances have already been explained. He is on a prescription diet, which can not be changed. Many people have asked how they can obtain an African hedgehog. This