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Saw God in the Man in the Red Bandana

Pat–Scottsdale, AZ

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Saw God in the Family

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Ann–The Villages, FL

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Saw God in St. Teresa

Pat–Scottsdale, AZ

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Saw God in the Biggest Loser

Pat–Scottsdale, AZ

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Saw God in Life

“Life is an opportunity, benefit from it.

Life is beauty, admire it.

Life is a dream, realize it.

Life is a challenge, meet it.

Life is a duty, complete it.

Life is a game, play it.

Life is a promise, fulfill it.

Life is sorrow, overcome it.

Life is a song, sing it.

Life is a struggle, accept it.

Life is a tragedy, confront it.

Life is an adventure, dare it.

Life is luck, make it.

Life is life, fight for it.”

~ Mother Teresa

Ann–The Villages, FL

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Saw God in Baby Rocky

Dan

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Saw God in The Rock

There is a huge rock near a gravel pit on Hwy. 25 in rural Iowa. For generations, kids have painted slogans, names, and obscenities on this rock, changing its character many times.

A few months back, the rock received its latest paint job, and since then it has been left completely undisturbed. It’s quite an impressive sight.

Be sure to scroll and check out the multiple photos

(all angles) of the rock. At the very end, you’ll meet

the young artist.

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Here’s the artist — Ray ‘Bubba’ Sorensen.

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Janet–MI

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Saw God Headed to the Urgent Care Facility

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Saw God in a Running Mate

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Talk about going the distance.

Thanks to a successful crowd-funding campaign, Dion Leonard, an extreme marathon runner is adopting a stray pup he met while running a 155-mile race in the Gobi desert in China. The funds that were raised will help cover medical and quarantine expenses so that the dog can be transported from China to Leonard’s home of Edinburgh, Scotland.

The female dog, who Leonard appropriately named Gobi, joined Leonard on day two of the annual 4 Deserts Race Series and ran side-by-side with him for 77 miles, according to The Independent.

“At the finish line she followed me into the tent and we slept next to each other. That was it then.”
Leonard told the outlet that he had noticed Gobi running with 101 runners during the first day, but on the second day, Gobi was on the start line, looking up at him.

“This was the first contact I had with her and as I ran off the line I noticed her by my side,” he told the Independent. “I didn’t speak much to her that day thinking she wouldn’t stay with me, but at the finish line she followed me into the tent and we slept next to each other. That was it then.”
Leonard shared his sleeping space, water and food with his small companion during the race. He even lent her a hand when needed.

“I carried her across rivers and over sluice gates she could not cross on her own,” he wrote on his Crowdfunder page.
After the race, it was clear to Leonard that he had developed a special bond with the pooch and started researching ways to get Gobi to the UK.

He learned that it would take four months for Gobi to be medically checked, quarantined and cleared for entry. All of which will cost $6,560 USD, an amount that has been surpassed due to a successful Crowdfunder campaign that raised $13,330 USD.

Leonard told the BBC, that Gobi is currently in the care of a friend in China and hopes she will arrive in Scotland by Christmas.

“That would be amazing”, he told BBC. “That would be the best Christmas present ever.”

Pat–Scottsdale, AZ

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Saw God on the Walk

Ann Arbor – James Burns walked 600 miles over five weeks from Philadelphia to Michigan Stadium to honor the memory of a 5-year-old boy he never met.

Burns, 49, was so moved by Chad Carr’s story after seeing an ESPN feature on Chad and his family that aired the morning of the Michigan-Ohio State game, that he immediately knew he had something to do.

“When I saw you on TV,” Burns said Monday to Tammi Carr, Chad’s mother, “I started bawling my eyes out, and I told my wife, “Well, I know what I’m doing now. I’m walking to Michigan for them.’”

Chad was the 5-year old son of Tammi and Jason Carr, a former quarterback at Michigan, and the grandson of former U-M All-American Tom Curtis and of longtime Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr. He died last November from an inoperable brain tumor.

The Carrs created the ChadTough Foundation (ChadTough.org) to raise money for research to cure Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), a tumor located in a small area of the brain stem. The median survival rate is nine months from diagnosis.

Burns, who said he never endured bad weather on his journey, walked to raise awareness for ChadTough and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Burns lives in Souderton, Pa., but began his walk in Philadelphia.

He arrived in Ann Arbor on Thursday, and on Monday he formally met the Carrs at Michigan Stadium.

“I can’t even put into words – it’s been the best experience of my life other than the birth of my children,” Burns told Tammi and Jason. “I’m changed forever. People I don’t even know were picking up hotel tabs for me. I’d sit down to eat and people would hear my story and next thing you know they’re buying my dinner.

“People would say, ‘Why would you do this for a kid you didn’t know?’ And I thought that’s immaterial to me. I want to make sure other kids don’t have this happen to them. I told my one son I could be walking for one of my grandchildren someday, you never know. I don’t think anyone should go at 5 years old. That shouldn’t happen.”
James Burns talks to former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr about training for his 600-mile walk that raised funds and awareness for DIPG. Angelique Chengelis, The Detroit News

Burns said he felt Chad’s presence during his 600-mile walk.

“He was with me every step, I firmly believe that,” Burns said. “I’d talk to him a lot. I’d be in the middle of nowhere, it would be dark, and I’d be like, ‘All right, buddy, help me out here.’ I was just following my GPS and I don’t even know where I was stepping next, and he took care of me every step, and I know he’s going to be part of me forever. It’s just the greatest feeling you have when you go beyond any level you have, thinking, ‘I can’t do this,’ and you keep doing it.”

Tammi Carr presented Burns with a special ChadTough mini helmet and khakis signed by Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh.

He spent some time chatting with Lloyd Carr, who told him, “You send a message all across America.”

Pat–Scottsdale, AZ

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