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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Feeling Weary? Had Enough? Take a Moment


Sometimes you've had enough. You just want to stop thinking, stop trying, stop pushing. You want to go to a place where you can just be and regain your sense of being a simple human who easily belongs to the greater human tribe.

If you could use a moment of simple joy and whimsy, pause five minutes to enjoy this YouTube Video 'Where the Hell is Matt?' that takes you dancing around the world. It's simple, joyful, and hopeful.

You won't be smarter, wiser, or more beautiful if you watch it. It won't get you a job, a date or a better life.  But afterwards you will know the world is a  better place.

We all need moments to regroup and renew our flagging spirits. Sometimes a simple moment is enough to give us the strength to face another day or take another step. Take one moment now. You deserve it.

Click here for 5 minutes of the Joy of Living

Click here for lyrics to TRIP the LIGHT

A special thanks to Moey for sending me this video to share with you. Add it to your 'no-brainer' collect of things that give your mind a moment of rest and your mouth a momentary smile.

Dance the dream in your heart.

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Jean | Delightful Repast said...

Sue, I don't have 5 minutes just now, but I'll come back tomorrow for the video. In the meantime, I'm appreciating the idea of taking a simple moment to regroup. Sounds simple, but I don't always remember to actually do it! Thank you!

Susan J Meyerott, M.S. said...


We all forget to take a moment. That's why it's so great to have something in our 'no-brainer' file we allow ourselves to view for a quick moment. We don't think of these as taking a moment; we think of watching a 5 minute video as 'doing something'.