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Music with the goal of unity and peace around the world.

This is beautiful and will bring a smile to your heart.

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Yes, this is 'Playing for a Change' and it's a novel idea and full of hope, promise and deliverance.
I was emailed by the organization that the music is now up for purchasing and each purchase is invaluable to help in making a change, ...for the better.

Thanks for sharing! Lovely post, Stacie!
Thanks Stacie....this is nice! I was really in awe of the different instruments that the people were playing and how they played them with so much passion and soul. I enjoyed the ensemble that sang as well.

The main message here and I think the reason for the clip is for us to understand that we need each other. King once said that 'no man is an island'. Stand by me means to help a brother or a sister out regardless of their race or their background. It was evident even at the end of the clip when a man came and not only supported the singer's song, but he even gave some change to support him to. He stood by him physically and financially!

I continue to understand that we're all different, but we all have love and peace in our hearts from the Heavenly Father and He instructs us to 'bear one another's burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ' according to His word! We need each other to make it in this world. "I pray for you, you pray for me.......It is His will that every need be supplied, you are important to me, I need you to survive!" God bless you!

You're right. It was great.



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