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Kathleen Caputo standing by the car used during the Peace On Earth Tour

“Elvis has left the building.”  Horace Logan


These words were used to dispel the crowd after an Elvis Presley concert in 1956. It is safe to say that most people on Earth - and perhaps even on other planets - know this phrase, and many have uttered it at one time or another. We do love our celebrities, don’t we? What about the unsung heroes in life who didn’t reach celebrity status? These people whose stories are so remarkable yet didn’t “go viral,” to use a popular term, are the ones I choose to want to celebrate. I think that all of us can come up with a name of someone who makes a huge difference in people’s lives but never seems to get their deserved honorable mention. I know I certainly can think of a few. One of my unsung heroes is a dear friend, Kathleen Caputo. Kathy is probably best known for her innovative creation “Hado Bear.” When I Google her name, she is the first one to appear in the search results. While Google will tell you about her creative works and her ministry, that is just a small part of who she is and what she does in the world. Kathy works closely with family members with sick or dying children, whom she calls “superheroes.” She brightens their lives and ensures they are seen and heard while they are here – some for a very short period of time. I want to salute and honor this amazing woman who I have the absolute blessing to know.


Dear Angels, so many earth angels walking among us are humble and do not seek the spotlight. They work solely for the reward of inner joy as they serve others. I would much rather spend an hour with one of these humble beings than with any of the known celebrities that society tends to worship.


Dear Ones, we find it interesting how you tend to separate out certain ones to elevate them to a higher status than anyone else. In lifting your celebrities to an exalted status, you are keeping the illusion alive of being separate from each other and the idea that some are more important or valuable than everyone else. If you were to step back and observe this, as we do, we think you may be able to see how this was not a part of what the Creator intended. We know it is difficult for you to see the homeless person living on the street as an equal, but we assure you, Dear Ones, that his soul is just as valuable as that celebrity you pay more to see than he will ever receive. We would say to you to look into the soul of each person you encounter and see them on equal footing as yourself. When one is blessing the world with their kindness and benevolent acts, know that a part of you is doing that through them and rise up through their good deeds. These earth angels heard their calling and humbly accepted their path. Show them your appreciation as you honor their commitment to making a difference in your world.


Dear Angels, thank you. I love you. Namaste y’all.


Today, I promise to always see others as equal and appreciate each act of kindness that is done.


Teri Angel is a Happiness Coach, energy healer, best-selling author, spiritual teacher and mentor, and a motivational speaker. Teri’s movement “Peas For Peace” involves strengthening our awareness of the oneness of all, unifying mankind through compassion, peace, love and joy. She was named "She Who Blesses the Sacred Land" during the Peace On Earth Tour and embraces that title with loving grace. Teri is also the co-founder of the global movement and non-profit organization Ten Million For World Peace.


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