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11 February 2010


Michael-Vincent Crea, Pastor

11 Feb 2010

Peace to Rod & ALL!

Shani Davis is a stellar, shining speedskater and citizen of our One World.

Our "young, gifted and Black" bruthaman and Olympian reminds, all of us, rightly of the Olympic Charter: "The Olympic Games are competitions between athletes in individual or team events and not between countries."

Shani brings a peace-full Eastern philosophical focus, as he finds and shares his own heart for his speedskating in the 2010 events.

Along with the Zulu naming of his son, "Ayize," meaning "Let it come," his own African-American roots shall bear mature fruits, as our already 2009 [One] World and 2006 Olympic champion.

Shani has harvested these gifts already, giving generously of his time, talents and treasure in teaching young people on and off the ice, as an outstanding and inspiring individual, as well, as an articulate and intelligent athlete. All of us ol' dawgs, too, can learn a few new tricks from Shani!

More than a mentor, Shani Davis is a very R-E-A-L Black man, yes, "one
of a kind."

Many children and young persons, seeking to rise up on their toes to the top of their lives in their own 'skates,' would do well to follow his path, giving props to his own mother, Cherie!

Check out www.shanidavis.org for more information and to support this fine young man and champion.

Shani and Team Davis: have fun all the way to the finish line and beyond with blessings and bliss!

All I am,
Steadfast in Spirit & in Truth,

Michael-Vincent Crea, Pastor
One World Life Systems
"Serving One Love and Developing One World for the Common Good of Humanity"




Owee! I've been following this guy for a while now and am so glad to see him on your site. I love his attitude which allows him to completely disregard the racist, biased US media as well as the racist USA Speedskating Association which has tried to sideline him. His response? He continues to win and break records in what was previously a lily-white sport. God Bless him and his family.


I ABS LIVE for this amazing young man. He is so into his sport and his private space. SIMPLY WONDERFUL. It is so refreshing when you have so many images coming at you of celebrity. It is nice to have one that is STELLAR and QUIET!!!! He is truly changing the world while everyone is watching Beyonce.



Absolutely love this dude! Growing up I idolized Bonnie Blair and Dan Jansen, but never thought it was possible for a little black boy. Now, like with Obama, children of color can see success in their own likeness, kudos to him and his team for helping to break the barrier.


I live in Vancouver. I'm a proud Canadian. But I've got tickets to the 1500m final on Feb 20 and I'll be cheering on this man. He's so Zen and so sexy. I can hardly wait.


@ ger
i live in vancouver too but not lucky nor rich enough to get tickets for the event. But... there's always TV. LOL! Even though I'm mad jealous of you, make the most out of this opportunity.

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