Tell Me Something Happy?

I was going to write a deep and meaningful response to the news from Manchester this week, but I’m out of words.

So therefore, I’m not going to write anything, besides, there is probably a better writer out there, that has written about Manchester far more beautifully than I could.

Therefore, I’m going to do something a little different, and kinda scary.

I’m going to ask you to leave a comment. 

Tell me something happy,

tell me about something that has made you smile recently,

tell me about something that gives you hope.

Tell me some good news. 

This could be something seemingly small, and not massively noteworthy, but if it seemed good to you, I want you to share it below. It might be a link to some good and positive news in the world.

Help me see something to smile about in the world.

Help other people smile.

Help others see some hope, love, and positivity.

Tell me something something happy. 

 

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2 Replies to “Tell Me Something Happy?”

  1. Adrian Mitchell’s A spell to make a bad hour pass…

    Unfold your hand
    Place all of the bad minutes in a circle
    in the palm of your hand

    Close your fingers slowly
    To form a gentle fist

    Slowly turn your fist around
    And let your eyes pass slowly
    Over all the surface of your fist

    Slowly turn your fist around
    And let your lips pass slowly
    Over all the surface of your fist

    Slowly
    Tighten your fingers
    Slowly
    tighten your fist

    The fist is clenched
    All the minutes are inside it
    The fist is clenched
    The evil hour is vanishing

    Slowly, slowly
    Unfold the fingers of your hand

    The palm of your hand is empty

    Rest the back of your hand
    Upon your other hand

    Look into the palm of your hand
    Look deep into your hand

    Your hand is full
    Your hand is full
    Your hand is full of life

    Adrian Mitchell

  2. Took my wife, who has Alzheimer’s, for a walk by the lake today. We saw baby ducks and baby swans: cute and fluffy and full of life and promise – she was delighted. Life is good; God is good; there is always hope. Evil will not triumph.

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