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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Listen to Your Heart

This is a five minute story on the life or family life of Penguins. Plus a little music from Mike Rowland - Listen To Your Heart. It is such a precious and heartwarming video. It is from the anti-drill the south pole people - but that is not what my message is about today.

As I looked at it - I thought how wonderful the penguin community is and how much the blog community is like that. Yes, I did - I admit it. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.



"I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, 'If this isn't nice, I don't know what is.'"~ Kurt Vonnegut

THIS, IS NICE . . .


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23 comments:

Granny Annie said...

Precious and soothing.

Jill said...

You gave me goosebumps and tears this morning. Thank you.

Sandra said...

I like being compared to the penquins, they are so sweet and adorable and loving with each other. there are warm weather penquins coming to visit here at our Mote Marine Museum next month. i hope to see them

Jenny Woolf said...

What gorgeous penguins and a lovely movie.

Remington said...

Awesome!

Changes in the wind said...

Chatty, this is fantastic...brought tears, laughter and comfort all roled into one...tnaks for sharing.

Wanda's Wings said...

So peaceful. You just want to touch the little omes.

SweetMarie said...

Very touching, I enjoyed this so much. I like the way you think. Thanks for sharing.

Mevely317 said...

Magnificent!!!
I can't get over how they seemed to gather and pose -- they KNEW they were having their picture taken!
... Oh, and LOVE how the adults interact with their babies :)
.... Did you catch the "youngster" (towards the end) who was standing in front and waving his "arms" -- wonder if he's not their conductor. :)

Flora said...

Aren't they wonderful animals!! They are almost human.

Catherine said...

Adorable! A lovely message that we can all learn from. Beautiful!
xo Catherine

Thisisme. said...

Lovely little penguin video for us today! I've always loved penguins, so I'm quite happy to be compared with one, but you're right, the blog community is like that, and aren't we lucky to be part of it!!

Eva Ason said...

This post was lovely - thank you I so much needed this today. I love Mike Rowlands music, it's so soothing. I like the penguins...

Hugs

Sharon said...

Wow! I loved this. It was so moving. I have always been a fan of "pen-gwinks" as one of my sons used to call them! And the babies were adorable.

I am very happy to be a fellow penguin in Blog Land with you, Sandie. It truly is a community of fellowship and friendship. It really is a way to celebrate the joy of the Body of Christ.

I marked this post "cool" - thought you'd enjoy the punnery of that!

xo

Susan said...

Hi Sandie....I think penguins are such amazing creatures. I loved the movie, too. Thanks for sharing. Susan

Ann said...

That is an awesome video. When I was watching it I couldn't help but think that it reminded me of a choreographed dance

Dragonfly Treasure said...

If only the world could be like them.
*hugs*deb

Munir said...

Beautiful ! We should learn from them.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

They are cute and funny and sweet and beautiful and amazing! They are community. They are family. Yeah, a lot like bloggers. ;) blessings ~ tanna

Together We Save said...

Oh so sweet!!

That corgi :) said...

This was soo cute!! I liked the simplicity of the music and the pictures of the penquins interacting with each other were so precious!! I can see how you would equate this with the blogging community; I get it!!

LOL, on another side note, son always wanted a penquin as a pet; had to constantly remind him they are not the common pet and probably illegal to have as one!

betty

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I loved that movie March of the Penguins when it came out :-)

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

How sweet and peaceful.