Sir Froggie’s Positive News Network:  Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Howdy Folks and Good Day!

Sometimes I find the best way to start or renew my day is with a prayer…

So right here, right now I give thanks… thanks for the blessings in our lives both seen and unseen. 
I give thanks for the healing, prosperity, love, light, clarity, truth and Divine Guidance being given exactly when and where needed today and every  day. 
I give thanks that even in our darkest moments, we are surrounded by God’s love, angels, ancestors and those on earth who care for us, wehther or not we are able to see it. 
I give thanks that all of our needs are met every day and in every way. 
I give thanks for all the good, caring, decent people on this planet who make our world a better place.  
I give thanks for things like blue sunny skies and rainy days, the grass, trees, flowers, rivers, lakes, oceans and all creatures which keep our planet in balance and help us appreciate the beauty all around us. 
I give thanks for those we love and for the ability to forgive and be forgiven when we experience or create hurtfulness.  
I give thanks for being lifted when we are down, and for higher perspectives which help us turn things around.  
I give thanks for heavenly helpers, angelic assistance, and those on earth who come to our aide when needed. 
I give thanks for another day of life, recognizing it is a gift — even when it may seem otherwise. 
I give thanks for each one of us being Who We Are and Who God Created Us To Be for the world would not be the same without any one of us in it. 
I give thanks we are able to surrender our doubts, worries and fears, trusting and absolutely knowing God is working on it for us… no matter what “it” is. 
So with a heart full of gratitude, I say Amen.

With Peace, Love, Happiness, Health and Prosperity,

Rev. Jeanette

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May discovery yield gifts surprising.
May revelation inspire and guide soul’s paths.
May hints of divine touch nerves of insight.
May colors of love give sight to blind eyes.
May a simple notion be recognized for the enlightenment it brings.
May challenge refresh wit’s ability to seize on ideals and own them.
May “Life’s Clues” bless mind, body and spirit
as full living spreads through all the day.

 ~ o’hOgain

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Value Speak – by Joseph B. Walker


It isn’t that Sam is unsociable.  It’s just that he’s . . . well . . . you know . . . an engineer.

Not the kind that drive trains.  Those guys are social animals (who wouldn’t want to party with a guy who has one of those awesome train whistles to blow?).  Sam is the kind of engineer who sits at a desk and uses mathematical theories and scientific principles to design things.

How sociable can you be when your brain is full of stuff like that?

And that’s where Sam’s brain was as he boarded the plane for Phoenix.  He had a briefcase full of work, and he was planning on some nice, quiet air time to get a few things done before he touched down in the Valley of the Sun.

Then Clayton sat down next to him.

“Hi,” he said, “I’m Clayton and I’m 9 and I’m going toArizonato visit my Grandma!”

The little boy’s enthusiasm was charming – and a little overwhelming.

“Hi, Clayton,” Sam replied.  “I’m Sam and I was 9 about 48 years ago.”

See what I mean about engineers?  Everything is an equation.

The row-mates chatted for a little while.  No, that isn’t quite right.  Clayton chatted and Sam listened.  In just a few minutes Sam learned that Clayton attended a year-round school that was “off-track” for a couple of weeks, that he had an older brother and two older step-sisters and that he was especially excited to have some new coloring books and “bright liquid color” crayons.  Clayton didn’t even slow down when the flight attendant brought their snack.  He just kept chatting away while he munched, discussing everything and anything until he finally had to leave to use the rest room.

“OK,” Sam said to himself hopefully, “maybe he’ll settle down now and I can get some work done.”

He pulled out some reports and spread them on the fold-down table in front of him, trying to send a subtle message to Clayton.  But Clayton is 9, and 9-year-old boys don’t DO subtle.

Or do they?

After settling back into his seat, Clayton looked Sam right in the eye.

“Sam,” he said, “you’re a pretty nice guy.”

That caught Sam a little off-guard.

 “What makes you think that?” he asked.

Clayton didn’t hesitate.  “You talk to me,” he said.  “The last airplane trip I went on, the guy sitting next to me told me to shut up because he had to read.”  He glanced at the pile of papers on the table in front of Sam.  Then he looked back at Sam.

The fact is, Sam IS a nice guy.  Which is why he spent the rest of the flight talking – well, OK, mostly listening – to a talkative 9-year-old boy.  And then when they landed inPhoenixhe stayed on the plane until the flight attendant was finished with her other duties and could take care of Clayton.

And you know what?  All of that work that Sam wanted to do on the plane eventually got done anyway.  Only it got done by a smiling engineer who had a new 9-year-old friend.

Of course, it’s entirely possible that Clayton set Sam up and used his “niceness” against him.  But even if he did, where’s the harm?  There’s always plenty of work to be done, and plenty of quiet, boring plane rides in which to do it.  But the chance to make a new friend doesn’t come along every day.

Especially if you don’t have one of those awesome train whistles to blow.

~ © Joseph B. Walker


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