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During the week, whenever I find good news, a delightful tale or something that pulls a full belly laugh or a giggle, I grab the link and save it to share here on Friday. Because we're all so busy, I limit my share to just three. That way, we'll all have more time to read some of your glad finds, which I invite you to share.
Get in on the fun--Spread some good cheer!
If something struck your fancy this week, and you'd like to share, tell us about it in the comments section, along with a link. If the link is to one of your blog posts, all the better. Do keep it upbeat, family friendly and in the spirit of building a world more like that of the Village of Ordinary.
My three top feel-goods this week
Dance. "I love dancing. I think it's better to dance than to march through life." Yoko Ono
Walking through Worlds. "Imperiled by the business of healthcare, our modern society is desperate for solutions that will allow us to begin discovering a new story about how we care for ourselves and each other." So say the producers of Walking through Worlds, a documentary film adventure. It hasn't even been made yet, but I can't wait to see it. The director and producers are examining the healing practices of cultures around the globe with the intent of changing--for the better--everything we know about healing and health care. The film will help us:
Discover our options, raise our awareness and change our myths about health care, medicine, and healing. This film will change the discussion about what health care is and should be--in the U.S. and globally.
Walking through Worlds , (pdf) p.3
Lighting the way. In answer to a prophecy, thirteen indigenous grandmothers, representing the four corners of the earth, came together in 2004 to heal the earth and all her inhabitants and to lead the way to a more peaceful, more just world. Have you met them? If not, perhaps this will spark your interest.
Learn more about the film and the what brought the grandmothers together.
What are you feeling good about today? Share it below, won't you?
We make peace in a million small ways every day.
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