Wake up each morning and consciously smile….it is good for you. ~~dru~~
Today’s message from Mary is all about smiling something many of us probably forget to do. I remember as a child performing in a group of school musicians our conductor would remind us to smile just before the curtain opened and we began to play our instruments to the audience. It was wonderful training for life. I didn’t know then the healing power of just a smile to the recipient and also the person giving the smile. It instantly raises our vibration and heals both people the giver and receiver momentarily. It is free to practice so please take Mary’s advice today and you can help heal and raise the vibration in our world. Trust me from my crazy life you never know what people our going through.
Believing Is Seeing . . . . And This Is According To Mary Magdalene (Lady Nada)!
D.Parker never ceases to amaze and make me laugh and boy I needed it after this morning! TRY IT! ~~dru~~
“Making your way
in the world today
takes everything you’ve got.
Taking a break from
all your worries,
sure would help a lot.
Wouldn’t you like
to get away?
Sometimes you want to go
knows your name,
and they’re always
glad you came.
You wanna be
where you can see,
our troubles are all the same….
You wanna go where everybody knows your name.” (Cheers)
Yup, that’s blogging in a nutshell – bloggers from around the world gathering at a local establishment to share our joys, sorrows, fears, woes, hopes, wisdom, jokes, dreams, and hopes.
And I get it, blogging isn’t curing cancer.
Blogging won’t solve devastating problems: world hunger, disease, poverty, climate change, drought, unemployment/underemployment, etc.
Blogging probably won’t overcome the horrors of: war, terrorism, racism, prejudice, sexism, crime…
It’s still not ok for WordPress to use bloggers as lab rats (it’s also not ok to use…
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These pictures make me happy!
Just Awesome! Go to the original post to see the video. ~~dru~~
article via blavity.com
While most teens are consumed with navigating puberty, Ifetayo Ali-Landing is busy being a cello master. A student at the Hyde Park Suzuki Institute in Chicago, IL, Ali-Landing recently took home the coveted 1st place prize in the 2017 Annual Sphinx Competition.
Along with a $10,000 cash prize, the young prodigy will also have an opportunity to feature as a soloist with major orchestras and perform with the all black and Latino Sphinx Symphony Orchestra. This, along with a nationally-broadcast radio appearance on the prestigious NPR and PBS broadcasted talent showcase From the Top, the 14-year-old competitive musician is making her mark as a premier cellist.
Ali-Landing began playing the violin as a toddler before deciding to switch to cello at the age of 3. Since then, she has received numerous awards and performed in several showcases…
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Like this a lot. ~~dru~~
Listening is for learning
As watching is for
There are certain
Instances That can’t
Be explained,as the
All of life is truly
A mystery,that warmth
Is your body,the smile
When you said hello
Is all part of quiet storm
There’s no need for
Explanation if there
Is a spring in your