Introduction to The Beauty of Pollination – Moving Art™ “This video was shown at a TED conference in 2011, with scenes from “Wings of Life”, a film about the threat to essential pollinators that produce over a third of the food we eat. The seductive love dance between flowers and pollinators sustains the fabric […]Continue reading
Mickey led a life full of successes we know and some failures we also know due to his celebrity status.
But what do you think he has to say when his life is nearly over?
What advice would you expect him to give to young people just starting their life journey?
Intro Fred Rogers, better known to millions of children as Mr. Rogers, is a true American hero. If you don’t believe me, ask your children and grandchildren! They know! The occasion of this post is the 1997 Emmy Award Ceremony. Mr. Rogers was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award. It was a happy change […]Continue reading
Introduction William Tyndale was the first to translate the Bible into common English in the early 1500s. He did so against powerful and cruel opposition from the King of England and from sympathizers of the Roman Catholic church. Ultimately, Tyndale’s work cost him his life at the age of 42 when he was executed by […]Continue reading
Be Careful! You never know when you are influencing a (your) child for the rest of their life – for better or for worse. Courtesy of Inspire21.com Author Unknown “When you thought I wasn’t looking… I saw you hang my first painting on the refrigerator, and I immediately wanted to paint another one. […]Continue reading
Intro TV is a vast subject to ponder. So I want to focus on one piece – “Classic TV” – the hits of the past and what made them great in a series over the coming months. There are plenty of shows that could appear on a classics list but I am starting with […]Continue reading
This came to me as a forwarded email from a relative and I have no idea of its author or origin.
That said, it’s an interesting and uplifting email message and the graphics are outstanding.
I hope you enjoy it as much as my wife, Lynn, and I do.
At 70 years of age Jeanne Robertson is at the peak of her profession/calling as a humorous speaker of clean humorous stories at conferences and gatherings from churches to business meetings.Continue reading