In my last post I wrote about how May reminded me of spring flowers and the beauty of springtime. I had this whole picture going on in my mind and I was wondering why. Thanks to Del for saving my sanity! He wrote me a comment on that day's post where he directed me to a story about May Day on Wikipedia. Suddenly I remembered how I had learned about that in my elementary school days a million years ago and how we actually used to learn about that day and make May Day baskets out of construction paper and the whole bit. Funny how I had totally forgotten about that and yet it was plastered back there in my memory like you always read about.
Speaking of Del, you have to visit him at his blog which is Sunday Afternoon Noodle You will really enjoy it. He is a wonderful person with a very positive sense of life. He has emailed me with some very encouraging messages which have been such a blessing to me. He has also posted this great Youtube video called "Winston Churchill backed by band from the future." It is a video of Winston Churchill speaking to a group and the person who did this video put music and some other stuff to make it sound like Churchill is singing a sort of rap song. It is hilarious and amazing how it is done. Check it out.
As for all of you who have sent encouraging comments, I thank you very much. I love encouragement. There is something magical about it, whether you are receiving it or sharing it. It carries a very real healing that reaches across into someone's spirit, whether it is spoken in person or is carried through these airwaves of the web.
Isn't it amazing when you think about it? You can actually feel this physical healing balm, even if it is coming from people across the country or even other parts of the world. I am beginning to see the truth when people talk about how changing our spirit can actually take a part in changing the world, and how if all of us join together reaching out in a more loving spirit, how all of us can have a part in changing this world for the better.
Now, don't get me wrong. As beautiful as these words sound coming from me, tell me to remember them when I am driving on the freeway.
But I have tried doing that and, believe it or not, it does help to change things. If anything, it helps to change me, which, I have to admit, is where it must all start.
Wishing you blessed thoughts for a great day.