ok , so this may not be news in that apparently it happened 4 days ago, but sylvia brown died?! omg, why didn’t anyone tell me? i just found out from a comment on ned’s blog.
here is her september 10th fb post – it was the next to last message she ever posted:
”If you are afraid to die, you will not fully live.”
do you think she knew?? rip, sylvia – see you on the other side.
“Faith is a passionate intuition.”
~ William Wordsworth
in a pathetic attempt to get his ex-wife angry, this man gave his child’s dog away. a very good plan. it sure did work. and now their 16 year old daughter is paying for it with her tears. please show support for katie jones by reading this child’s plea and leave loving comments on her “missing molly” blog. thanks for your kindness and for helping a wonderful child know that there is way more good than bad in this world.
Wherever there is a human in need, there is an opportunity for kindness and to make a difference.
~ Kevin Heath
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Tagged dog, help a child, kindness, molly jones, philadelphia, yorkshire terrier
for two and a half years now, i have lived directly across the street from the thai mission. the doorman at the thai general consulate has worked there for 41 years, although i didn’t know that until today. i really don’t know very much about him at all, actually. he speaks very little english and i’m sure we have never had a conversation lasting longer than one minute – until just now. on my way back home from walking ivan, he crossed the street and waved me over to let me know that today would be his last day, and in his very broken english said the following:
you haven’t been around much lately and i was hoping i would see you before i left. you are one of the good ones, a big heart, kind – i know it and god knows it. i wanted to make sure to say goodbye to you – god bless you.
i am putting that on my top 10 nicest things ever to happen list.
“If you see good in people, you radiate a harmonious loving energy which uplifts those around you. If you can maintain this habit,this energy will turn into a steady flow of love.”
~ Annamalai Swami
Posted in amazing people, giving, God, inspiring, New York, ny city life, nyc, Spirit
Tagged Annamalai Swami, doorman, good people, love, midtown, new york, thai general consulate, thai mission
2 of my brothers volunteering at ground zero 12 years ago.
god bless every one of us.
“As for those that carried out these attacks there are no adequate words of condemnation. Their barbarism will stand as their shame for all eternity.”
–British Prime Minister Tony Blair
shana tova v’chatima tova
or, good year and good seal in the book of life!
wishing all the best health, lots of love, prosperity, wisdom and joy every single day this year.