Our thoughts create our reality. If we are constantly thinking negative thoughts about our life, other people or our country that’s what we are sending out to the universe. If we think positive good thoughts then this can change the reality of our whole planet…peace!
Dr. Emoto proved scientifically that our words can change the molecular structure of water. He observed beautiful crystals after giving good words, playing good music, and showing, playing, or offering pure prayer to water. On the other hand, he observed disfigured crystals in the opposite situation. —http://www.masaru-emoto.net/english/water-crystal.html
Jane Fonda (Grace) stars in this spiritual comedy, Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding. I loved everything about this movie, many things I could relate to or connected with. I have a hippie spirit that I’ve never lost. Love and Peace is more than just a saying from the 60’s.
The movie is about an uptight NYC lawyer that takes her two teenagers to her hippie mother’s farmhouse upstate for a family vacation. What was meant to be a weekend getaway quickly turns into a summer adventure of romance, music, family secrets and self-discovery.
The first quote went through me like an ‘aha’ moment! The word that hit me the most was accept. This line could have been written for me. It seems I am evolving, growing, changing constantly, transforming yet not clear where I am going, and things don’t always go the way I plan no matter how much passion I have or desire.
See sometimes, sometimes in art like in life you have to accept the fact that your things aren’t, aren’t going right and you don’t quite know where you are going and you have to, have to accept that because that’s when transformation can happen.
Diane: There’s a naked man sitting next to my daughter eating cereal.
Zoe: It’s okay, it’s organic.
Diane: You want me to just let go of 40 years of irresponsibility, embarrassment, and her total refusal to grow up?
Jude: Yes, exactly.
Diane: [incredulous] Like a balloon that’ll just float away.
Jude: It’s not a balloon, Diane. It’s a sandbag you’ve got to drop for the balloon to get off the ground.
Chief Dan George was a real Native American Chief, chief of the Tsleil-Waututh from 1951 to 1963.You have probably seen him in movies with Clint Eastwood and others, an Academy Award-nominated actor. I thought he was funny, a great sense of humor. He was also an author, poet, humanitarian and more. He walked this earth from 1899-1988.
Here is a 6 minute clip from Little Big Man with Dustin Hoffman. Chief Dan George says, “it’s a good day to die. Am I still in this world? Sometimes the magic works, sometimes it doesn’t.” 🙂
Chandra Mohan Jain, also known as Acharya Rajneesh from the 1960s onwards, as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh during the 1970s and 1980s and as Osho from 1989, was an Indian mystic, guru and spiritual teacher who has an international following. Wikipedia
Osho is said to have attained enlightenment at the age of twenty one. He discoursed at length on traditions like Vedanta, Sankhya, Yoga, Tantra, Sufi, Hasid, Tao, Baul and Zen. He also discussed masters like Krishna, Jesus, Buddha, Mahaveera, Shiva and developed his unique dynamic meditation techniques to help mankind remove anxiety, stress and achieve more peaceful states of mind. –Spirit Voyage
Ellen DeGeneres calls Gladys of Austin, TX. She is 88 years old and I laughed so hard! She had Ellen rolling on the floor. Gladys says the funniest things having an ordinary conversation. Her best line, “I’ll be honest, I love Jesus, but I drink a little.”.
A firefighter was arrested by a police officer when he refused to move the firetruck that was on the freeway to protect rescuers working to free a victim from a wreck. Capt. David Wilson won $7,500 in compensatory damages and $10,000 in punitive damages. Check out the related article, this happened in my neck of the woods Feb. 6, 2014. Who has the final say when it comes to safety, police or rescue team? Active rescues are not the time to debate this!