Thursday, September 29, 2011

Gratitude



Do yourself a favor and find a quiet ten minutes to view this little film. I'm posting the address so you can open your computer to full screen. Enjoy!

TedXSF


14 comments:

Brian Miller said...

hey i got 10 minutes right now...smiles...off to view..

JeannetteLS said...

YES! Now I will go to bed. Perfect ending to my day. Nancy, you've done it again for me.

leilani said...

Nancy I am so grateful for ur presence in my life. Thank you.

Elisabeth said...

My ten minutes will come later but thanks for this now.

Grandmother said...

I took the 10 minutes and it was a beautiful way to start my day - thank you. It's planted deep in my heart.

Cloudia said...

excellent glowing bird of P.



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Nancy said...

Brian - Hope you enjoyed it.

Jeannette - I'm so glad you got the same thing from it as I did. :-)

leilani - That is the most beautiful thing anyone has said to me in a long time - thank you so much, Leilani.

Elisabeth - It won't be a wasted 10 minutes.

Grandmother - I watched it again this morning to jump start my day, as well.

Cloudia - My favorite flower!

Whitney Lee said...

This was beautiful. I loved the explanation of the meaning of "oh my god." And of course the old man's entire monologue was amazing. So much truth. Thank you.

susan said...

That was very beautiful. Thanks for posting it and welcome back.

Kala said...

Dear Nancy, that was beautiful. Hubby and I just watched it and loved it:)

TWINGLE said...

Yes, sometimes we forget the gifts mother nature gives us. Just remembered the beauty of my one yr old son on a swing.

Nancy said...

Whitney - Glad you enjoyed it as much as I did.

Susan - Thank you, I'll post when I think it is something that needs to be shared, that's for sure.

Kala - I'm so glad your husband enjoyed it, too!

Twingle - I often think of my babies doing something. It always brings back feelings of pure joy.

Hilary said...

A fine piece, Nancy. We surely need these reminders every so often and we are inclined to take all of this for granted. Thank you for sharing it.

No one said...

My grandmother used to say that each new sunset was the most beautiful one she had ever seen. When asked why she always said that, she replied, "it's beautiful because I'm alive to see it."