Shine Bright

The synchronicity of the universe.

I’ve kept a card from Sarah Fierek – the gracious, inspiring, creative, intelligent and amazingly wonderful connector of people – next to my writing spot.

Inside the card, she penned one of her beautiful, inspirational quotes. Today’s post felt like the exact right time to share Sarah’s quote.

As I was writing the title for this post – Shine Bright – something Sarah had written to me in her card, I was pulled off-task by Facebook’s ping alert. And, of course, once the almighty Facebook ping pings, it’s the understood mandate to abandon everything to discover what is happening in FB Land!

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Shine On, Shine Bright

Jumping onto Facebook, I immediately spotted the post from Sarah. Another one of her stunning photographs. I caught my breath as I noticed she had entitled the photograph, Shine On Milwaukee.

Ah, yes, the synchronicity of the universe – shine on, shine bright – agreeing this was the exact right time to share Sarah’s quote.

May these words from Sarah inspire you as you begin a new week, moving harmoniously with the rhythms of the universe. Permitting your perfectly, perfect self to shine bright.

“A harmony from a distance tells me to dream –

A song that’s so perfect the radio sings.” – Sarah Fierek

Photo Credit: Sarah Fierek

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Music to inspire

14482784374_cc00afd870It’s time to set sail and let your perfectly, perfect light shine into the world knowing your flock is cheering you on and supporting you.

Paul Simon superbly captures this sentiment in the last verse of Bridge Over Troubled Water.

Sail on silvergirl,

Sail on by.

Your time has come to shine.

All your dreams are on their way.

See how they shine.

If you need a friend

I’m sailing right behind.

Like a bridge over troubled water

I will ease your mind.

Like a bridge over troubled water

I will ease your mind.

 Set sail. It absolutely is your time to shine!

 

 

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Sunglasses please!

That bright light of yours, you’ve gotta let her shine.
That bright light of yours, you’ve gotta let her shine.
That bright light of yours, you’ve gotta let her shine.
Let her shine.
Let her shine.
Let her shine.

Let your amazing, beautiful light shine!

Make a difference!

Be That Girl you love – after all, you are extraordinary!

The above lyrics are altered from “This Little Light of Mine,” a gospel children’s song written by composer and teacher Harry Dixon Loes (1895–1965) circa 1920.