There are days that I think simply ARE hallelujah days. Days when it seems there is reason to have a joyful spirit. Today is Thursday. I love Thursdays…it is a day when I take stock of the week thus far. I start making lists for what still needs to be accomplished. It is a good point in the week. This week I have been a bit scattered and unfocused. Yet I have managed to get a few things done. It is time to spring into action and do some spring cleaning. It is time to declutter my mind a little bit, too.
This morning I woke up and joyously prayed. the sun was streaming through my window, and I could see some birds scurrying about building nests. The world seems to be rejoicing a little bit in my neighborhood. Now no major thing happened. I awakened with the same joys and sorrows that I fell asleep contemplating. But today I say things are going to be fine today. I thank God for walking beside me this day. As I sip my coffee and type this post I can sense Him here with me. I feel like I am in the John Denver song “Poems Prayers and Promises”. You know, in that song, life seems lovely, and people have time to contemplate, reflect, relax, hope, and dream. Today I feel that there will be time for that. As a matter of fact, I already have done some reflecting. I feel good~and I pray your day goes well. All of that is leading up to yet another embedded video. This is the amazing Canadian Tenors singing “Hallelujah”. I am inserting it for two specific hallelujah -inducing reasons beyond what I already wrote. The first is for something I have been praying would happen for my son; he may find that out today. The second is because my amazing brother-in-law (the professor) is receiving a huge award for his inspiring teaching at his university today. Hallelujah inducing, indeed.