“Once upon a time, there was the simple understanding that to sing at dawn and to sing at dusk was to heal the world through joy. The birds still remember what we have forgotten, that the world is meant to be celebrated…”

Terry Tempest Williams

The world is a smorgasbord, and it’s up to us to learn to master its radical changing nature. Too often it’s the simple things that our “developed” world and social structures forget – sunlight, breathing deeply, listening to each other and taking in the wondrous sounds of birds singing. The world is meant to be celebrated with joy and love and our divine presence.
This unique day has arrived. Celebrate its possibilities, its wonder, its limitless capacity to surprise. Within you, is the ability to live in the moment, to love yourself and others. Let’s aim to keep it really simple today, do the big and important things and let go of the little things. Capture a moment of silence for yourself at least once an hour. In your waking moments, be reminded to breathe in the possibilities of a life lived to its full potential. Your life is waiting for you on the other side of worry and fear. Let go of the stuff you don’t need. Dance more. Laugh a lot more. Spend time with puppies and small children. Hold the hands of your loved ones.
Life is too short and too precious not to be celebrated.

In the words of St. Francis of Assisi, “Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.”

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