Comments on "Waters of March"

March 13, 2011, 11:08 am
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Photo Credit:  Rick DellaRatta (Washington State USA)

 

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Danet, B. (2011). Comments on "Waters of March". Retrieved from http://jfp.abc4all.net/view/article/51cbf0af7896bb431f6a2a3b

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Burton Danet (Author) wrote: 06-27-2011 05:43:04

The river is drying up threatening the lives of all the big animals involved in the migration from Tanzania to Kenya and back.

David Randle wrote: 06-26-2011 11:33:07

Great music, and great pics of the Masai Mara I saw a pic in the video of Kichwa Tempo, the place I stayed. I didn't realize that the Masai Mara was threatened. I thought it was a protected area. What are the major threats the area is combatting? :

Burton Danet (Author) wrote: 03-17-2011 10:11:20

The link to look at is: CBS-TV 60 Minutes piece, "The Great Migration:" http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=5362301n From Paul Kilelu's report on the Jazz For Peace Benefit Concert: The ceremony marked a new beginning, a new lease on the life of, caring for, wildlife in the area. The Chief EOC Chairman, the KWS and Rick all touched and agreed on a new relationship of dedicated support for the challenges facing the community. It was imperative that the relationship between Jazz For Peace and the EOC would do its utmost to create a significant impact on what is needed for the preservation of the Mara River and its ecosystem. From Burton Danet, Co-Founder, ABC4All and Paul Kilelu, Manager, EOC

David Randle wrote: 03-17-2011 08:52:15

Thanks for sharing the video. Great music, and great pics of the Masai Mara I saw a pic in the video of Kichwa Tempo, the place I stayed when I was in Africa. I didn't realize that the Masai Mara was threatened. I thought it was a protected area. What are the major threats the area is combatting?

Richard Sherman wrote: 03-15-2011 13:57:52

Rick is a terrific pianist and this music is a prime example of his creativity being used for benevolent causes. Richard Sherman

Bob Maahe wrote: 03-05-2011 20:44:35

All people behind this must be of great values not only to the their country but to the whole world .bravo bravo.

"WATERS OF MARCH" remembered me the words of Mahatma Gandhi in this sentence: “the future depends on what we do in the present.” WATER OF MARCH is a motivational and inspiring song. And it will be forever! The song explores what a model of A SAVING LIVES could be. It is just a healing song of opening our eyes and ears, calling us to give our heart and energy. This song is what I can LISTEN to when I'm feeling down or have frightening personal challenges. It sounds like I will turn back soon to this amazing web technology “TRUNITY” for some inspiration and words of wisdom. I can say the AUTHOR of "WATERS OF MARCH” is “A PERSON OF VALUE!” Yes, the power of our imagination will make us infinitely wiser! Jean-Claude KAMWENUBUSA Burundi, March 2011

Burton Danet (Author) wrote: 03-03-2011 11:17:38

Just beautiful! God is Good! Alma Martinez, Founder Amigos Sin Barreras / Friends Without Barriers http://amigosonline.org

James Paul wrote: 03-03-2011 05:36:28

waters of march is a great strong doctrines delivering sweet melodies to years of all with nice messange for ABC4LIFE true inspirations true meditation ...........i love it nice work.......

Burton Danet (Author) wrote: 03-03-2011 02:33:09

Waters of March is soothing, at times, exciting and it fits with the program. Thanks for sharing, Burt. HFDave David Gray, President Huck-Fin Environmental Education (HFEE) http://trunity.net/hfee/

Raphael Wanjaria Njararuhi wrote: 03-02-2011 01:46:38

Great lyrics with strong message!