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Sympathies & Prayers

Our Deepest Sympathies & Prayers ~ by Springwolf

Our Deepest Sympathies & Prayers

Our Thoughts For Those At The Navy Yard, Washington, DC

Everyone from my family and at Spring’s Haven send our thoughts and prayers to all those involved in today’s tragic shooting at the Navy Yard in Washington, DC.  We hold all those who work in and around the area, their families and friends in our hearts.

Washington DC is in our backyard. It’s a place that’s home to me as I grew up outside DC in Northern Virginia inside the Capital Beltway. One cannot live in this area without knowing someone who works for the Government, Government Contractors or who are in the Military. It makes our area feel like a small community and when something happens, it happens to us all.

May the Great Spirits watch over the victims and those injured,
May the families and friends of those lost, find strength to endure.
May all first responders remain safe and clear in their mission,
May everyone find compassion for those in this community,
including the disturbed young man, his family and friends.

We send our thoughts, prayers, healing and sympathies with compassion and kindness.
~ Springwolf  🐾

We hope today’s event will bring clarity to America and it’s citizens to open meaningful discussion about the gun violence in our country.

We believe in our Constitution and our 2nd Amendment rights. Gun laws alone will not stop these events, or keep them from happening again. But we must stop yelling at each other and start finding the common ground from which we can build meaningful solutions to end the senseless violence that plagues our wonderful and blessed country.

© Springwolfs Hanko

© 2013 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Running A Request For Help Is Emotional

Help Us Reach Our Goal
And Help Us Help Others
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Help Us Help Others

We received another donation this week and we wanted to say thank you to those who have helped us so far. Words cannot express the gratitude we feel for your compassion and caring.

Even if you can’t help with financial support, you can help in other ways. By sharing our campaign page on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ you’re helping us to get recognized, and you’re helping us to get featured on Indiegogo’s home page! THAT would help GREATLY!

We offer consultation and counseling services for rape victims, women and families of abuse, and those in crisis. We have been asked to provide these services for those who are shut-ins from illness, tragedy or trauma, who are out of state, and for military personnel stationed around the U.S and overseas. Each of these requests are asking for help from people who believe in what they believe in and see the world through the same spiritual concepts and approaches as they do. Help Us Help Others is our campaign to fulfill that request, especially for our military men and women who give so much for those of us back home.

I wish we could say “we’re almost there”, but we’re a long way from it. With 74 Days left in our campaign we have only reached 1/10th of our goal. But we’re still going and ever so thankful for all the help we have gotten so far.

When I first researched this approach to funding our project I read several articles about the emotion that goes into these campaigns. Boy are they right in that. It’s hard to remember the campaign isn’t a reflection of the acceptance of an individual or a business or even an individual cause. But each time you check your campaign and see that a donation was made you get a sudden burst of excitement and joy. Consequently, when you check your campaign day after day and see no movement, you get discouraged and you think “no one likes me/us/what we’re doing”.  The sentence is different depending on the person you’re talking to.

Here’s where it gets hard being the boss of your own business. You can’t take things like this personally; at all. It’s business, nothing more. And you have to keep up a “brave” face for those who work with you, to keep them motivated and encouraged. Sometimes living the walk you talk isn’t easy, but it does get your though both the good and the bad times that everyone faces. No matter who you are, everyone needs a little pep talk now and then. There’s nothing wrong with giving yourself a pep talk.

Our campaign is simply trying to Help Us Help Others. Help us keep hope alive for shut-ins and the military who have requested our services for consultation and counseling on Skype & iPad’s Face to Face. Won’t you Help A Little To Help A Lot?

Whither you simply share our campaign page, or make a donation we really appreciate your support. And don’t forget if you can provide a monetary gift we do have something to give you as a thank you. Get a free personal reading from ME. Check our Perks page to learn about the different readings you can receive. You might even be able to receive a Face to Face tarot reading on our new technology!

© 2012 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.