Extreme Gratitude

I was lucky enough to find this sweet 10 minute TEDx presentation.

It shows the slow unfolding of flowers, movement of stars and ripening of berries. It’s the sort of video that gives me goosebumps.

My gift to you today is this video. I hope it makes you want to connect with someone you love, to look up, to reach out. So sweet and moving.

Louie Schwartzberg is an award-winning cinematographer, director, and producer whose notable career spans more than three decades providing breathtaking imagery for feature films, television shows, documentaries and commercials

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22 thoughts on “Extreme Gratitude

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  2. Everything is connected in this beautiful world of ours.
    Amazing video, it moved me deeply and I am grateful to be led to it by my blogging buddy Joss. Thank you both for sharing this gift today.

    • Today – the first day and last day of our lives! Opening our eyes and seeing the colors, listening to sweet sounds, touching and tasting. We are so blessed and it’s videos like these that help remind us of our blessings! Thanks for stopping by!

    • The message from the video washed over me like a cool shower on a hot day. I adore the voices of the young girl and the old man and the slow unfolding of plants, skies and life. I’m so glad you stopped by!

    • After reading your comment, I went back to listen to that part of it again. Those words were so sweet and the meaning so profound. A lovely gift for us all during this holy season.

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