Monday, December 15, 2008

CelebraZine 15Dec08

The roots of all goodness lie in the soil of appreciation for goodness.

-- His Holiness, the Dalai Lama

Hands" by Jewel

If I could tell the world just one thing
It would be that we're all OK
And not to worry 'cause worry is w
And useless in times like these
I won't be made useless
I won't be idle with despair


In the end, only kindness matters…

Lance presents Kindness Comes In Small Gestures posted at The Jungle of Life.

This concludes today's posting of CelebraZine (eZine to Celebrate What's Right in the World), a 'running blog carnival' (of posts both found and shared with me) that uplift and inspire.... an inspiration of sayings, video, audio (music and speech), images, poetry--anything and everything that feeds the positive in heart, spirit, and mind.

Our focus dictates what we see, which reinforces our focus, further confining the possibility of what we will see.

May you be blessed by these offerings reminding us of the beauty, wonder, and sacredness in the world around us and within us.

Celebrate yourself!

Be a part of the expression of celebration. Submit your submission
(containing text, image, video, and audio, poetry, quotes, etc.) anytime for the daily installments of CelebraZine, a 'running blog carnival' of What's Right in the World.

Note: Even if you are not the blogger of the work you'd like to suggest, but have noticed someone's work that you think should be included in a

Celebration of What's Right in the World,
--empowering people and spirit--please point out the work to us.

Blessings, dear ones,


C.G. Walters primarily writes fiction that focuses on the multidimensionality of our loves and our lives.

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