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Vera Talevi

TALEVI: All Prayed, And Things Started To Happen
LETTER TO THE EDITOR from VERA TALEVI

All Prayed, And Things

Started To Happen

To the Editor:
Thank you all for the wonderful response to last Wednesday 3 o’clock prayers.

I know our prayers have helped – two weeks in a row there was good news reported:

On April 8, the good news was the CURVE WAS FLATTENING and then on April 16 – again, a day after our Wednesday prayers – the good news was not only had the curve flattened successfully, it PASSED THE PEAK and fewer people were admitted to the hospitals.

I am really amazed at how many people have responded and have asked that we continue our prayers on Wednesday.

We still have a long way to go so I will see you in prayer on Wednesday, April 22, and thereafter until we chase this virus off the earth.

Alone and all together we can fill the air with prayer. Prayers are what medicine cannot do.

Love,

VERA TALEVI
Cooperstown

 

Here’s a Cocktail Party Everybody Can Go To – In Their Own Home

GIVE THANKS, THEN GIVE A TOAST!

Here’s a Cocktail Party

Everybody Can Go To

– In Our Own Homes

You’re invited to a cocktail party — in your own home!! Vera Talevi of Cooperstown, formerly of Oneonta, thought up the idea Sunday morning:  To have everyone pause in their own living rooms at 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 8, in solidarity in the face of the coronavirus threat.  As related in the invitation, standing or kneeling, say a prayer.  Then sit in your most comfortable chair and think about all the good things that have happened in your life. (Cocktail optional!)  Mrs. Talevi said she emailed the “invitation” to everyone on her e-mail list – some 80 addresses — and some people have told her they’ve forwarded it to all of their email contacts.  What if Otsego County had an e-cocktail party, and everyone came!  Interesting possibility.
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