Friday, November 15, 2013
An online daily putting "Hooray!" in your day
The little voice rushes in with an out-of-breath whisper that feigns, “emergency, EMERGENCY!...Pssst, wake up!” Groggy, and unsuspecting, you listen, thinking, “hey, this could be that “still, small voice” that people talk about—people that seem to know something, right?” Well, if it were still, it wouldn’t be hissing some lame, fake “wake up” warning because you finally decided to do something that needed to get done! Maybe it’s the first week of your exercise program? Maybe it’s the commencement of that creative project you finally made room for in your days? Maybe it’s that business that you’ve barely put your toe into, but you’ve begun? Maybe it’s some habit that needed an overhaul and you started a couple of weeks ago? Maybe it’s an online daily and dream that you’ve been chirping about and finally commenced?
That out-of-breath hiss is the likes of ego. continued at THD Blog
THD Poster (Get Your Hooray On!)
Did You Know?
Love Language--A Short Film About How We Connect
Love is a funny thing. As the saying goes, we often find love when we least expect, but it might be equally true that when we do find love it's different than we expected. This beautiful short film was created to raise awareness and money for a good cause, the Jubilee Project, which it did. But it has gone so much further in showing us what love looks like, and how we can connect with each other when we have the courage to break down our own walls and become vulnerable.
Video from KarmaTube
THD Quotes (To Bolster Your Hooray)
The man who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.
We conquer by continuing.
-- George Matheson
Be of good cheer.
Do not think of today's failures,
but of the success that may come tomorrow.
You have set yourselves a difficult task,
but you will succeed if you persevere;
and you will find a joy in overcoming obstacles.
Remember, no effort that we make
to attain something beautiful is ever lost.
-- Helen Keller
Even if you are on the right track,
you'll get run over if you just sit there.
-- Will Rogers