Friday, November 30, 2018

What's Love Got to Do With It? #WATWB


 
Welcome to We Are the World #WATWB Blogfest 
November 2018. 
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Simon Falk:
 
In Hawaii, the favorite greeting is "Aloha" which has several meanings. The most important is easy to explain. The word means "the presence of breath" or "the breath of life."  "Alo" means presence, front, and face; "ha" means breath. Aloha is not only a way of living, but a way of treating others with respect and love.
 
Tina Turner's musical query, the title of this blog post, and Yanni's Love Is All look at love from opposite ends of the spectrum. One questions its validity; the other is bolstered by its presence.
 
When searching for a feel-good article for this month's post, I came across a timely story about a children's pageant. One child accidently misspelled a word, adding a priceless touch to a traditional play. The message gave me a sense of happiness that has stayed with me. Please enjoy the story here:
 
 
December is filled with holidays and traditions
around the world.
I hope all are celebrated with love.
 
  


7 comments:

  1. Aloha Gail - your post is lovely! ChristwasLove - I'll be smiling all day day long!

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    1. Each time I think about it,I smile. Aloha, Susan, and Mele Kalikimaka in this season of Christ's love.

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  2. Cute story. Almost makes you wonder if it really was an accident. :) Thanks for participating in WATWB!

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    1. Not sure how the story played out, Eric. But the message is still a nice touch around this time of year, a parable for the season.

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  3. One of those meaningful "accidents." A wonderful story. Sharing!

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