Wednesday, June 3, 2009

The Power Of One

If you haven't seen or heard of this yet, it is a must see.

At a recent music festival in Washington, Collin Wynter (from Calgary) did what many do. He felt the music and he got up and danced. Not unusual at a music festival. His dance moves were unconventional and I am sure that the person who started videotaping it was doing so in order to ridicule him.

What was unusual, and what I find uplifting and inspirational is what happened next.

If I had a wish today, it would be that this leads our thoughts and our actions. Instead of worrying what others think, we do. We embrace others uniqueness, and join in.

The power of one.


Jennifer said...
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Sara said...

love love love love love it! and love it!

neaseyl2 said...

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Heather said...

Saw Dr. Dobbs yesterday. Check out Nathan's new doctor. Just in case you want a second opinion.