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I saw that today, there was a challenge on winter gardens…  right.. I grabbed my trusty picture-taking phone and out the back door I went.  I could hear the muttering of the roofers two doors over, we’ve had a lot of snow, the house has a flat roof, there is a pressing need to get the snow off that roof.  Yesterday was mild, today it is a totally different story.

Humour me, I’ve found a clip that sounds a bit like the conversation I overheard, only this one is between a parrot who doesn’t want to go the vet and his owner.

We all recognize the attitude, it is not going to get the cockatoo anywhere, but he has to express himself, no matter what.  The funny thing is he has no idea what he is saying, but he knows that sounding off is expressing himself.  And he wants the whole room to know he is not happy about going out in his cage.  That clip got over 8 million hits on YouTube, a lot of people have enjoyed his antics.

When “we” allow ourselves to cut loose, let fly, we don’t always get over it as easily as Maxwell will.  Humans can hold a grudge, and many do.  then it is not a laughing matter…. when we spend time in a negative state of mind, we are missing out on being Happy.

PL Precept #  4    Being annoyed limits your expression

PL Precept # 5   One’s self is lost by bring emotional

As you can see the sun is out in full force, the snow is hard, crispy, and not in a hurry to leave.  So instead I’ve shown you the shadows on the fence.

Namaste      –       Oyashikiri


Talent – sand (life IN art)


The first time I saw this artist, I was in awe, I had never seen anyone work in sand that way.  Today I once again found it in my mailbox and thought to share it with you.  Kseniya Simonova was on Ukraine’s Got Talent.  The upload to YouTube was done in June 2009


Another person (Shirley Castillo Vanderau) has filled in the details on this fascinating performance by Ukrainian artist, Kseniya Simonova:

“In the semi-final of «Ukraine’s got talent», Kseniya Simonova was going to perform a sand story about the Great Patriotic War which she created in the memory of fallen soldiers who saved her country Ukraine from the Nazi. Kseniya refused the proposals of the producers to choose a more popular theme. She said: «I just want to bring some immortal sense to this show. Not just pictures or video clips. Something close to all hearts… It was also a tribute to my great-grandfather who heroically died in 1943 defending his Motherland». The sand story Simonova presented in live TV shooting of the semi-final was called «You are always nearby». It was an 8-minute live sand story of a young couple who were separated by the war. The young Lady and little Son were waiting for the Man to come from war, but he was killed. In the end he came to their window and watched them with a sight of love and hope. There was not a single emotion on the face of the performer. Simonova’s hands worked incredibly fast. Nobody knew what was going on in her soul. From the interview of Simonova: «It was so emotionally hard, and I now still cannot think about those minutes without pain… My hands were dyeing and reviving making the images.» Kseniya was hoping to get a little advertisement for her as an artist, but it turned an emotional bomb explosion. Almost the entire audience was in tears. Applause came down just after a minute after she finished her performance. Everyone in the hall applauded standing. Kseniya passed the semi-final and passed the final of the contest. In the third round, at Final, the sand story of Kseniya was about parents who gave birth to a son, the son has grown up, became successful and adult and forgot his old parents. Kseniya wanted the children to remember their father and mother — people who gave them lives — and call them. The resonance was enormous — people came to her in streets saying: «After watching your story, I took the phone and called my mom. I haven’t talk to for her a year. I called my mom after your story. Thank you very much! » Simonova said that these words were more than winning the show. During the interview with the judges in super-final, she said: «I’m not sure I want to win the show. But if a single person who didn’t call his Mom, will do it after my sand story — I will be more than a Winner!» the performance..Call your parents. ‘Don’t be late to see your parents alive.'”

We find inspiration in many ways, I hope that you found this sharing interesting and inspiring.
Namaste – Oyashikirti

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