“The roots of all goodness lie in the soil of appreciation for goodness.”
There is tremendous media coverage these days on the upcoming nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Over the Easter weekend, we talked with our son about all the preparations that are being made at Reelz Channel www.reelzchannel.com for the broadcast of the Royal Wedding. Don’t miss the brilliant airing of this very special live event. It is bound to be the Bees Knees.
Admittedly, I am a groupie of Britain’s Royal Family. I watch every TV special I come across on the history of the monarchy and the family of the Queen of England. I love seeing it all:
- The carriages
- The royal garb
- The swords
- The royal etiquette
- The pageantry
We all know that it doesn’t take being a royal family member to have some of finest things in life. Our own mindset can make the difference between feeling as if we live a life of privilege or not. By recognizing what basics are really important to us in life, and living according to what is true and right within our souls, we can feel as if were given the birth right of a dynasty. The most fulfilling moments come in our lives, when we focus on appreciating the little things. Many of us already have the greatest wealth available without even recognizing it. We are greatly endowed if we have:
- Good health
- Satisfying relationships with family and friends. Non-feuding, I might add!
- Clean air to breathe
- Enough food and water to nourish and sustain us
- Decent shelter over our heads
- An appreciation of nature and the other gifts the Universe provides.
If we have common sense enough to know that happiness is independent of great material ‘ things”, then we are very rich. Yes, we can still live a life of prosperity without great monetary accumulation, indeed!
My personal invitation for Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding has not yet arrived from the royal family. But, thanks to modern day broadcasting, it will be aired so each one of us can attend www.reelzchannel.com. We, in America, can have front row seats from the comfort of our homes. Get up extra early, fix yourself a proper cup of tea, a scone, a biscuit or some kippers, toast and eggs and enjoy! Remember – the key to your dynasty of personal fulfillment is to always treat yourself and others like royalty!!
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Make sure you have a tuppa tea and relax to catch the excitement of the Royal Wedding! I will!
Wouldn’t miss it.
I agree 100%