Friday, January 22, 2010

Do not miss Barry's post today!!

Dewitt Jones, Photojournalist

Hey Peeps - do yourself an immense favor and check out Barry's post today!  Barry's blog is An Explorer's View of the World.  You can see the inspiring video he posted today by clicking here.

The video is entitled "Celebrate What's Right With The World" by Dewitt Jones, Photojournalist.  Jones articulates so many things that may seem self-evident but in our busy lives we so easily forget.   I felt revitalized by every precious second of the video.  Dewitt Jones encourages us to approach every situation asking ourselves, "What can I celebrate here?".  That question can turn the seemingly harsh realities of life on their head.  He also says in the video, "Don't just try and be the best IN the world, be the best FOR the world".  The video is full of his breath-taking photography.

Carve a few minutes out of your day and bless yourself with his message of optimism, possibility, potential and a simple yet powerful approach to celebrating your life, as it is.

Thank you Barry!!!  I will be showing this empowering video to all my friends and family and as you say I will watch it every time I need a reminder to celebrate what is right with the world and my world.  Click on Barry to go to his post.


  1. Bonnie,
    Thank you for sharing such an uplifting and inspiring post.

  2. When there is so much doom and gloom and so many catastrophes and disasters - this is indeed a breath of fresh air.

  3. If I am going to celebrate whats right, today I choose bloggers like yourself who find gems like these and share with all of us :) Truly uplifting!

  4. Thanks Bonnie. Oh! I looooove Dewitt Jones! Love his photography. And that video was fab. Now I can see who he is behind that lens and why his photos are so special. Thanks for sending me over there. Amazing. xoxo B

  5. another wonderful recommendation! I saw the video twice..outstanding!Now if only I could keep that uplifting feeling always! thats the trick!!

  6. Oh Bonnie. Thank you SO much for this. I cried at the puffballs shot! Just a most inspiring video, I'm going to share it with everyone I know.


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