Telling his story because right now he can't,
learning how to help, day by day
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Love is all you need: around the world
Sometimes human ingenuity and creativity strikes me near speechless. This is one of those time.
What can we learn from the sheer coordination effort of a project like this? What can we learn about people all over the world singing the same song, in the same voice, in the same key? Beautifully, I might add.
Perhaps something so huge that is seems tiny, our shared humanity. Our commonality is so much greater than our differences.
I wish that our singing could be heard above the bombs and gun fire. And, for a few minutes it does.
Thanks, mom, for passing this along. She has an amazing knack for knowing what is blog worthy and worth passing on.
I am a 40 something mom who lives on a beautiful little island in the Pacific NW. It is a wonderful place to raise kids and we have two. This blog is dedicated to my son, Shea, who has a severe speech delay and extensive food allergies. And, to all the parents and people who work with children with special needs.