Monday, January 5, 2009

CelebraZine 05Jan09

A bird doesn't sing because it has an answer,
it sings because it has a song.-- Maya Angelou

butterflygris presents Humanity's New Earth at Humanity Healing.

Don Duncan presents Will a Western Gross National Happiness Index Catch On? posted at MotherJones.

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 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. Autographed/signed copies of his current novel, Sacred Vow, are available from the author– or purchase from Amazon as ebook, paperback, or Kindle version

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Genie said...

I found your blog quite by accident while looking to make sure I was spelling Djalma's name right. A friend and I were discussing the book by email and I didn't want to look like an idiot when I mentioned Djalma.

It seems like the universe keeps prodding me lately about parallel universes. First I watched a Discovery documentary on the subject (my husband has been talking about it almost daily ever since), then a copy ofJob: A comedy of justice (a book about parallel worlds)practically fell into my lap). I was a few pages from being through with that when I unexpectedly received a copy of Sacred Vow in the mail from a friend.

I'm listening, dear Universe!

I'll always wonder just what Djalma was brewing up with his roots and herbs that offended Ian's nose. A tea? A potion? A tonic? Dinner? Hmm.

CG Walters said...

Djalma never told me, but my speculation is that he was brewing up some herbal tonic for his own health maintenance.

I am glad Sacred Vow has called to you. You must be one of its co-creators in parallel lives...
Blessings to you and all you hold dear,