#WATWB Heal the World Child Prodigy Cover

Love Heals

We are the World Blogfest

 

Beautiful collaboration by talented children sending healing music and love to combat violence. Love heals.

 

Every last Friday of the month bloggers are invited to share an inspirational post to bring light to the positive things in the world and to deflect from the negative. If you’d like to participate by adding something inspirational, please click on the link at the bottom of this post to add your name and post the URL to your inspirational share to join in.

 

Child prodigies across the globe come together to Heal The World! MaatiBaani – a world music duo from India pays a tribute to the King Of Pop- an artist that has touched millions of hearts through his music! Happy Birthday Michael, We miss You. We send our Love to each and every place in the world affected by violence with this endeavour because #LoveHealsContinue reading . . .

 

 

This month’s hosts for the #WATWB are:

 Shilpa GargPeter NenaEric LahtiRoshan Radhakrishnan and Inderpreet Kaur Uppal

 

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34 thoughts on “#WATWB Heal the World Child Prodigy Cover

  1. Hi Debby – what an extraordinary video … but so inspiring to hear and to see … I must find out a bit more about the co-operative group setting it – just loved it though. Excellent #WAWTB … cheers Hilary

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    1. Hi Hilary. I’m so glad you enjoyed the video as much as I did. I even recognized the little Philippino? girl from America’s Got Talent. She was a little doll. 🙂

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      1. Not seeing America’s got talent (or the English one for that matter) I didn’t recognise here … but they have delightful voices … cheers HIlary

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  2. Wow, Debby. What a fun, creative and beautiful rendition of such an important message. I’m sure Michael would be bopping away himself. My fav is the little Afro guy in the guitar solo. Thanks so much for sharing this.

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  3. Debby, I love, love, love this. I loved Michael Jackson’s music and used to teach this one to my children too. Of course we didn’t do as well as these children do (don’t tell them that!). This is an amazing video with such an important message that can’t be shared too often. Thank you so much for sharing. You’ve made my day. 🙂

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    1. Yay Norah. I’m so glad you liked, loved it! 🙂 I loved MJ’s music, so many songs of his had rich meaning. Aren’t those kids just so talented? 🙂 x

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