Life is for Living Every Day

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Talking About Death While You’re Alive

Take a listen as Jason B. Rosenthal shares his experience after losing his wife of 26 years to ovarian cancer in this TED talk entitled: The Journey Through Loss and Grief.  Tissues will be required but his life lessons will touch you.

And then, before we chicken out, let’s encourage each other to have those difficult talks, the ones where we discuss death even when we’re alive … because they are truly important.

 

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92 years old + Female + Black Panther Star? Yes, Wakanda Forever!

“Try to keep your soul young and quivering right up to old age.” ~ George Sand

 

Wakanda Forever!!!!

You cannot be alive today and not heard these words or seen them printed somewhere after the screening of the mega block-busting Black Panther movie.  And I admit, I actually haven’t written any thoughts on the film here but that’s because my plan to see it again (and really see it with different eyes this time around) has not materialised.

However, I can tell you that the evening after my first viewing found me totally and absolutely amazed at the costumes, the acting, the set designs, the plot, the actors, the imaginative technological possibilities for the future, the significance of this type of production for ‘such a time as this’ aka every visual nuance and spoken word affected me in a profound way.

Today though, I wanted to share an interesting story about defying the odds so let me introduce you to Miss Dorothy Steel, a 92 year old African American woman who started acting at the young age of 88 and who was successfully selected to play the role of a merchant tribal leader in the Black Panther.  Continue reading


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One minute read :)

“The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” Psalm 34:18 (NIV)

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Feeling broken and disappointed? Cheer up! Don’t let life get you down!

Just pause for one single minute to watch this short video and then celebrate the things that may appear to be broken, but really make up the unique awesome human being that you are!