Take the 16 minutes to watch this film.
A charming, delightful reminder of the impact we have on others.Â And, it is a choice.
Validation: A film about the magic of free parking.
Spiritual Cinema Circle has picked it up and is sharing it on their website as well.
As I transition my life this week, this quote seemed apropos.
Life isn’t about how to survive the storm,
but how to dance in the rain.
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Absolutely. Elections are won by those who are voted for, not by those who didn’t vote.
We put far to much weight on the presidential election and despite the sometimes contentious electoral balloting system for the executive position, every voter and vote does count.Â Those electoral votes are representative of the states.Â So on a state by state basis, every vote counts.
Now, of far more importance are all the other candidates and positions on the ballot. The US Senate, US House, State Senate, and State House, governors, judges, county, municipal, mayoral, and local board elections, which are on the same ballot, are equally if not more important than the presidential ballot.
Many of these “smaller” elections are won or lost by individual votes.
These “smaller” elections have more impact on our daily lives than the presidential, and we can have a definite say in what that life is like.
Get out and vote!Â Your Vote Counts!
I just stumbled across this great Recycling/Waste resource.Â I’m in the process of cleaning out my house and I’ve run across many things that ought to be recyclable if I only knew where to take them.Â Â http://earth911.com/ does!Â Not only does it give you cool tips and ideas about things you never thought about recycling before (blue jeans as insulation?), it serves us one better by allowing you to type in your location and what it is you are trying to recycle.Â It will then show you a list of places that will accept your material.
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