Blood Rain for Halloween ?

The global weather patterns these days are certainly weird and increasingly unpredictable.
 This year on the UK has already brought some of the country's most bizarre weather ever the country's worst drought since 1976 followed by the wettest summer for a century. 
Pilgrims witnessed floods in Lourdes and other parts of Europe this week.

This article predicts even weirder stuff to come.
  Click here to read about the possibility of "Blood Rain", predicted for Halloween in the UK and Southern Sweden.
"After an orange cloud — formed as a result of a dust storm over the Sahara and caught up by air currents — reached the Philippines and settled there with rain, I understood that we are all sailing in the same boat."
                                          Vladimir Kovalyonok (Astronaut) Word For The Day from Gratefulness

My friend Fr.John Predmore S.J also writes here about the effect of the weather on his health in Jordan, where he has recently taken up a post.  Who knows  -the blood rain we may get here could well originate from his part of the world.!

 (Actually, I can recommend following all of John's posts about his new venture life as a retreat director in Amman.)

Yes, we are all connected and we shouldn't need meteorology patterns to tell us that.

 Chanda Mama from Playing For Change This Song Around The World is a folk tune that originated in  Chennai, India. The track started in New Orleans and added musicians from all over the world before finally delivering it to the people of its origin. Vocals are by the Oneness Choir.  An uplifting track that has a feeling of  perseverance and joy, and don't we all need some of that ?? !

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