"At the END OF LIFE we will not be judged by how many DIPLOMAS we have received, how much MONEY we have made, how many GREAT THINGS we have done.
We will be judged by "I was HUNGRY, and you gave me something to eat, I was NAKED and you clothed me. I was HOMELESS, and you took me in. 
Hungry not only for BREAD - but hungry for LOVE. Naked not only for CLOTHING - but naked of HUMAN DIGNITY AND RESPECT."
~ Mother Teresa


Richard Harris

Wayne thank you for sharing that, it was beautiful I love that all the pictures of the beautiful women in your family that passed was included as well. Yesterday I was sitting with a very good friend of mine and David's we are her daughters god parents. Silvana is 4 months pregnant and having an emotional time, we started talking about David and how much we miss him i told her that he is always with each of us some if us feel him closer than others but he is there. she shared with me that her and husband would like to call their child if it's a boy David , my heart skipped a beat. We both were frozen in our seat because at that very same moment the music in the cafe was playing a song that was David's favorite song to perform. Its a ColdPlay song that he would sing for almost every gig he had it's called Viva La Vida ( Live the Life) how fitting. I believe that song was played from him to us to let us know he here still. I miss him terribly.... We will all pull through life's tests together. Much love cuz 

Rick Obrien
Erin Hunt

“The flame that burns Twice as bright burns half as long.”
I used to do shows with Soul Fingaz many yrs ago. He used to come into the Studio & rehearse with my band. He was so awesome. And he was from St Kitts as well. Such a Damn shame that we had to lose him so early. Why are all these genius musicians Haunted by Demons? I don't quite get it. I have lost 4 friends all the most Amazing musical talents. Makes me wonder Cuz.
Edney Hendrickson

PEARLS BEFORE BREAKFAST By Gene WeingartenWashington Post Staff Writer, Sunday, April 8, 2007
virtuoso violinist  posing as a street musician, gave an incognito performance to morning commuters at a metro station in Washington DC. According to the message, the virtuoso violinist performed beautiful and complex music on an instrument worth $3.5 million. By Brett Christensen
Joshua Bell

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