The Age of Aquarius – Let the Sun Shine In!

Open your hearts and fill with love. There’s room for every living thing on our planet. I am a Februarian, that is to say I was born in February. Most definitely the month of Love. So I agree with the following video ~ completely! (If these folks look a little hippy, consider changing the word “hippy” to “happy” – I’m good with that!) 

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All my love to all of you,

~ Penny

We are Earth’s Children … shall we grow up now?

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Please read!

All of us, every single person, is born with amazing potential for growth!

Each of our lives – so very precious,

and necessary!

How can we know the significant difference any one person

when given love, opportunity and education

might make in the tomorrow of our days,

when we, like children, base many of our (adult) decisions

on our personal emotions and preconceptions;

and not on intelligent reasoning?

Poor “life changing” decisions are made:

… in the name of  intolerance,

… in the name of indifference,

… in the name of power,

… in the name of religion,

… in the name of greed,

… in the name of hate!

It defies intelligence and logic to not preserve

the most valuable resource we possess.

The human race (in it’s entirety)!

The most

valuable commodity there is

“Every single one of us!”

Together

there is nothing we can’t accomplish

If we work as one!

We are Earth’s children! But are we still growing?

Faith can shape us, filling our souls with untold riches …

… unless fashioned into a weapon to be

used against others.

Our global citizenship can become a harvest of abundance …

… unless we stratify and divide within ourselves deciding we are superior based on  the false premise of entitlement.

Our capacity for loving (and forgiving) can expand our futures!

Our capacity for hatred and fear can destroy it!

Shall we grow up now?

 

Penny L Howe, 2013

Life isn’t fair – But we can be!

file000703488657As a child most of us are told to play well with friends, be nice with our sisters or brothers. Be fair with how we treat others. So we grow up and are “nice” to others and try to be fair, but then we begin to discover (some sooner than others) that “life isn’t fair“. Some discover this rather brutally, others find it out in the bits and pieces of life’s experiences that turn out poorly or less than we might have wanted.

Life comes at us, many days fast and hard. Can barely catch our breath trying to keep up with everything that goes on … and emotionally, there are those days we think we can just barely hold on.

So where does it leave us? Life isn’t fair but … (we get to finish the sentence)!

You and I are the ones who still have the power within us to be fair. Beginning with ourselves. We are human beings living in a rich climate of evolving changes and developments. Lots of emotions out there too.

My thought for today. It is a very good thing to have loving and honorable values. Treat others well. Know that there will be better days ahead. Believe in something (it makes a big difference for you and those around you). Love, care, and reach out (and yes this does makes you vulnerable and open to pain, hurt and disappointment – so you’re going to have to toughen up!)

But … bottom line …

“Even though life isn’t fair, you can be –
and sometimes that makes all the difference
in the world – for you and … someone else!”
 

~ Penny L. Howe, 2013

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Rainbows II

A follow-up to my last Rainbow post: Thank you Cat Forsley for reminding me of how we felt about rainbows when we were children. Let’s be children again and enjoy this Youtube *video by Hoopla Kidz:

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*For kindle subscribers go to
Youtube and search for Rainbow Colors Song.

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Stay Cool, and remember to view the potentials of life as prisms of colors – reflecting hope, like the rainbow!

~ Penny

Penny L Howe

Sing … you

sing for the children

Sing you, for the children

Sing, we’re all the same,,

Sing for joy and happiness

Even through the pain.

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Sing you,  for the future

Sing for all you gain,

Sing for the tomorrows

Sing through all the pain.

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Sing you, for those suffering

Sing without the blame,

Sing with much forgiveness

Sing thru all the pain.

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Sing you, thru all weather

Sing thru all the rain,

Sing, your voices raised on high,

Sing thru all the pain.

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Sing you, ’cause you’re living

Sing thru all the strain,

Sing for all those loving

Much stronger than …

… your pain!

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Penny L Howe, 2013

Thank you,

plh

~ Penny

Copyright © 2013 by Penny l Howe,