Friday, October 4, 2013

Even Dennis liked this one

When I ask Dennis to watch a video his first question is usually, "How long is it?"
So when I told him this one was 9 minutes, he gave me that look.
So I told him, just watch it for 30 seconds, and if you are not hooked, turn it off, it's not for you. 

Well once he got past the first 30 seconds, he sat there glued.

But there is one thing wrong with this video...the title. So just ignore the title. It's misleading.
Instead, I would call it "The sacredness of the rush hour."

I'm for anything that inspires me to aim higher and do better.






















"If we could look into each other's hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance and care."
~ Marvin J. Ashton ~

6 comments:

Scrapally said...

I learned this concept years ago when my kids were little. Still trying to apply it! It's getting easier as I get older. :) The example I heard was, if that car that races ahead of you and almost cuts you off...if you knew they were racing to the hospital because of an emergency with one of their children, wouldn't you let them pass? So I apply it best when I am in my car because of that example...I need to work on that attitude in other places full of people...great video!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this. Yes, it's all about attitude, isn't it?
darlene

Anonymous said...

Jill, I had some free time so I've been reading back here a little bit and catching up with you and your family. I love each and every post, you have such a beautiful family, and I see that you have a lot going on! I'm so glad that all turned out well for Brock and Amy, and I so admire their attitude.

'Wish I had the time to leave a comment on each post I read.
I do have to tell you that Clair does look like your Dad, I spotted him right off.
Also, thanks for this video, I needed it. I think God inspired me to come here today.

I miss your beautiful blog.
Love and Prayers,
Eileen

Lisa said...

I keep looking for the "LIKE" button! LOL...

Sue said...

I really liked it. And I believe it.

=)

cristie said...

so good i sent it to my kids! xox