We wish we could claim credit for it, but this one is not one of our videos. This is one of the most moving, well filmed, splendidly edited, and perfectly narrated short films we have ever seen. It reminds us to be grateful for the many 'gifts' we all have. The sunrises and sunsets, the bright blue skies, the nourishing rains, and the earth's daily display of miracles, most of which pass right by our hectic days without so much as a quick glance.
When you are retired and RVing, the pace slows down a bit so you can experience these gifts. The people you meet along the way become an opportunity to open your heart, instead of locking your doors. If only more of us could adopt the pace of nature earlier in life, and learn to appreciate our neighbors for their varied contributions to the fabric of life, there would surely be a worldwide recession in the pharmaceuticals market. :)
This video by Louie Schwartzberg is definitely food for thought. We hope you enjoy it.