Good Morning, Tokyo + Project Heaven on Earth + Too Revealing
Good Morning from New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island
At 6:30 am., this morning, I did a Zoom call to over 40 people in various parts of Japan.
It was a pleasure to answer their questions about our business.
They were intrigued by the spiritual nature of the Gardens of Hope.
Videos filmed by our graphic designer, Katherine MacLaine were sent before the live chat.
The three short videos were:
Gardens of Hope
I visited Japan three times around the year 2006, 2007, 2008.
What I remember most is the efficiency of the transportation system. The quiet subways, the food and the over-the-moon kindness of the people.
This week I had the pleasure of meeting Martin Rutte, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work.
A mutual friend suggested that we would have a lot in common discussing spirituality at work. And we did.
During a few pots of tea; we discussed a great deal around the topic.
I love his latest book. Project Heaven on Earth...three simple questions that will help you change the world.
- Recall a time when you experienced Heaven on Earth.What was happening?
- Imagine you have a magic wand, and with it, you can create Heaven on Earth. What is Heaven on Earth for you?
- What simple, easy, concrete step(s) will you take in the next 24 hours to make Heaven on Earth real?
More about his project here: http://projectheavenonearth.com/homepage
Over the last seven weeks, I have been sharing stories of my life experiences. I am trying to decide whether to continue with this type of writing.
For busy reasons this week though, the blog is short and sweet.
Our newest adventure is the Garden Cafe. And it is getting busy. All hands on deck.
Below are photos taken by Katherine MacLaine, our graphic designer and photographer. Thank you, Katherine. They are beautiful.
The materials in 90% of the decor are items collected over the years and stored in one basement or another. It is beautiful to see what they created with old doors, old window frames and pallets.
A BIG thank you goes to Shirley MacNaughton, Tracy Gallant, Cheryl Thompson and Trudy Gilbertson created.
Click the blue link to see a wonderful blog post written by Coreen Hildebrand, aka The Maritimes Maven about our place. There are a lot of great photos to admire as well. Thank you Coreen, it looks great.
I have to run for now, and the story will continue next week.
Till then take care and let joy be your friend.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
With love from Prince Edward Island.
Bruce + Mille
ps. Your Morning Smile
“Your underwear is much too tight and very revealing,” I said to my wife.
She said, “Wear your own then.”
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