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Gratitude in HD: Moving Art

This might be the best six minutes you'll have today!  

Pre "Fantastic Fungi," Louis Schwatzberg directed a series for Netflix called "Moving Art," including "Gratitude in HD."   The six minute clip below is part of that, and it's now been made into a full film (which makes for amazing family viewing...on Thanksgiving, or any day.)

From the film: 

"You think this is just another day in your life.  It's not just another day. It's the one day that's given to you. It's a gift, and the only gift you have right now.  And the only appropriate response is gratefulness.  If you do nothing else but to cultivate that response, to the great gift that this unique day is, if you learn to respond as if it was the first day in your life, and the very last day, then you will have spent this day very well." 

 

Gratitude: The Short Film by Louie Schwartzberg  

 

If you love this short version, check out the now streaming full length film.  This is a film in which to immerse yourself. Watch this for yourself and/or with your loved ones and let gratitude wash over you. Join thousands of people who left the theater (or living room) feeling better than when the film first began.  The gift of gratitude is meant to be shared, one person at a time. Splash and play and feel a part of a joyful movement - one that we need urgently now more than ever.

Can one film make a difference? Of course it can.... but, you tell us!

 

A beautiful reminder to find gratitude in each moment, and to have an abundance mindset, this short film reminds me so much of my Grandma Gladys (this website's namesake.)  

Amen, Grandma. 

Gratitude from MOVING ART by Louie Schwartzberg on Vimeo.

 

 
 
 

 

3 comments

  • Thankyou! We will and can replenish pour world when people watch, then act…with gratitude!

    Penny
  • Thank you for your beautiful message and sharing the outstanding video.
    Love and blessings,
    Pamela

    Pamela A Mayfield
  • Thank you for this beautiful film and thanksgiving message. Blessed be!

    Cherie Lyons

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