From Tiny Buddha contributor Dr. Amy Johnson’s upcoming book Being Human
If you’ve ever felt like your failures define you, then you need to take ten minutes to watch this inspiring, uplifting video, written, illustrated, and produced by Tamara Levitt. I’m grateful that she shared this with me through Facebook, and excited to share it with you!
After moving to the beach, Filmmaker Hailey Bartholomew decided to search for heart-shaped rocks in the sand and water to prove that “what we see mainly depends on what we look for.” Over a three-week period, she and her loved ones found more than 350 of them–the rocks being a metaphor for beauty in the world around us.
What are you looking for? And where have you found it lately?
Soul Pancake, one of my favorite sites, built a sandbox with the sole purpose of connecting strangers and enabling them to share life lessons. Though it certainly makes it more fun, you don’t need a slide to ask yourself: what do you wish you knew as a child?
Beautiful, moving, powerful, and worth the few minutes to watch it.
You likely saw “Never forget” in various places today, on 9/11. When you remember, remember Welles Crowther. Strength. Honor. Courage. That’s everything he was. He was a true hero.