Purrs4Peace Week 19

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#purrs4peace Hello everyone, we’re participating in Purrs 4 Peace Week 19. This week we are purring for Healing Bodies, Healing the World.

Confucius Cat was having great difficulty writing this weeks topic due to the tears after learning that two gentle feline friends passed over the rainbow bridge: Buzz Edens and Kitty ACat. Buzz and his family have been regular purrticipants in the purrs4peace project. The purrs coming from their home in Texas have been bountiful, strong and profound. Confucius Cat tells us that Buzz’s passing was very sudden from lung cancer. The purrs will miss this valuable participant. Kitty’s passing was after long illness, but in no way did that lessen the blow of the loss to her family and we are all certain. Buzz and Kitty, both beautiful little souls, have been lost too soon to this world.

Rest Peaceful Sweet Buzz
You Helped the World
Heal with Your
Loving Purrs

Last week another good friend of this project, Kant De Boisleduc suggested that we purr for our human and animal friends who are ill and for the scientists who search for cures to disease. With the passing of our two dear friends Buzz and Kitty, it seems fitting that we purr for HEALTH in their honor. Let us also purr to comfort the families of Buzz, Kitty and all our friends who have passed. Our friends over the Rainbow Bridge are without pain and at play with one another, but the families left here miss them and grieve.

So much of our own PERSONAL peace is rooted in the health of our bodies, and also in the health of our friends and loved ones. If we feel ill, our ability to carry out the actions we want to take to make our world, and the world at large, a better place can be difficult…even impossible. And when our friends or family members are ill, particularly when that illness is chronic, any feelings of tranquility are replaced with worry and sadness.

Confucius Cat believes that all is connected, the so-called butterfly effect: the theory that the flapping wings of one butterfly could eventually have a far-reaching ripple effect on weather events on the other side of the world. In the same way, Confucius Cat teaches us that our health and the health of our friends and family members can affect the health and well being – and ultimately Peace – of our world. Moreover, each of us, like the butterfly, through our purrs, can affect the world.

Therefore, this week we purr for the healing of our friends. We purr for the healing inside ourselves. We purr for the healing of our world. We purr for peace.

Please stop by and visit the Confucius Cat’s Blog, he is after all, our fearless leader on the Purrs 4 Peace project.

The appointed time for Week 19 is Sunday, October 18, 2009. Participants should purr for three minutes commencing at 12:00 p.m.. EDT (U.S.) which is 5:00 p.m. (20:00 hrs.) BST in the U.K. The cat’s human staff should assist their cats with the project by stroking and nuzzling the cat at the appointed time.

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6 thoughts on “Purrs4Peace Week 19

  1. LadyBonessa

    wonderful – think it s such a positive thing to do and especially the combination of human and animal.Myhuman sister is a neuro scientist working on cures for parkinsons disease and altzeimers purrrrrrrrrr

  2. Karen Jo

    It's sad about the two kitties going to the Rainbow Bridge. I would go offer condolences to their families, but you didn't provide any links. Purring for Health is a great idea.

  3. Amy and The House of Cats

    We missed the official purrs for peace time as usual but we always try to remember to contribute at some point during the day when we can. This is a great cause, and it hits pretty close to home for us right now.

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