Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Amo La Vida

Touching and deeply meaningful, it's a fascinating short film told in a very heartwarming way. If, for whatever reasons, you can't sit through the whole piece, take the time to enjoy the bread story told in the beginning, but let me warn you - you're missing out if you're not watching till the end. 

"Gratitude in so many ways is so dramatically missing in the world today. Without gratitude nothing is enough... And no matter what I do, I don't live like I deserve this, I live like I thank life for this."

P.S. Thanks to Toni Powell of 365 Grateful for bringing it to my attention!


  1. Thank you so much for sharing that. It touched me very deeply. I cried from the beauty of his words.

  2. ..hey Julia , I had a time today to wach this video and you was right to warn us to watch it all , I always wonder where do you get all those beautiful video's etc ..
    I loved this video , the meaning and the last words he said makes all the difference , he is such inspirational person ..also when he was talking about last piece of bread I remembered movie I watched recently , I think it was 'the way back ' , I think when people experience things like that they have so much more wisdom about life ..

    p.s I bet you are enjoying great weather :) here in the uk is 13 degrees , he , I feel so furious when my family say's - oooh , we have 33 degrees here :) me jealous ? nooooo :)

  3. Hi Julia! You're right about watching the whole video. Very inspiring. Thanks for sharing :)


  4. Hi J.,
    among all the pedants in the world, I am so glad that there are still humanbeings who can go through our 'knowledge' shell.

    Just wanna say thank you Julio, and thanks to disaters. WTH... but it is the only way judges start talking with victims.

    A book written in 1789 is still an old-fashioned one, no matter the number of republishings.

  5. I still haven't gotten my computer fixed to have sound but will definitely come back and watch this :)


I appreciate you taking the time to connect and share your thoughts, so thank you for your comment! And while you're at it... Why not tell me what you're thankful for today? ;-)