There is a Google Plus telephone going on this week to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.  They are doing thirty minute broadcast each day this week.  Today is the final day. The main goal is to raise money for the many Haiyan refugees. Now these are all my terms for what is going on. It is officially called “Let them find the smile again!

I love the name but Filipinos never quit smiling. The people of the Philippines are amazing in that no matter what life throws at them, they keep smiling, they remain happy. Sure they have their moments of grief and you’ve probably seen it on YouTube but most Filipinos have their moment of grief and then move right on with what is happening right now.

They are not trying to raise boat loads of cash. They are trying to raise $2000 but I want to see them get a good deal more than that.  I’m not asking you to contribute a dime though. All I want you to do is get on Google plus and talk about it.  Share this even on Google Plus, Twitter, and Facebook.

I have been a part of a couple of the shows but that’s not the reason I want to get the word out on this. In fact, I don’t speakTyphoon Yolanda Destroyed Home in Bogo City, Cebu clearly even though I try. I would rather someone else be in my shoes. I’m the person that is in the best position to tell people what is really going on.  You know me, I’m going to tell it like I see it.

So please go to Google Plus and share this. If you don’t have an account, make one.  You can also share this post but I’d rather see you share this event direct from Google plus.

This is the event information, this comes direct from a post on Google plus that I embeded here:

When you share anything on a social network, it creates a ripple.  The link to the online event is here.  All I’m asking you to do is to help spread the word about our last event.  The time is 11pm Manila Time on November 29th which is 10AM November the 28th Eastern time in the USA.

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