Friday, December 5, 2014

A Leaf’s Life to Kenzie dancing with her dad 

The end or just a beginning. A dream or a hidden insight to something else. 

This edition explores there is more to life 

A Leaf’s Life (poem) 

Another leaf begins to fall
Its time to dance for one and all
Its time to answer nature’s call
And when its gone will they recall
The tree of life has let it go
So the leaf may have its show
Its special time within the flow
A purpose only it may know
What wondrous prospect starts its fall
The world awaits to see its show
A blissful breeze to bless its flow
In beauty grace they’ll long recall
This chance to live or just let go
To add some Joy to it and all
And gladly flutter to the call
That memory of leaf they’ll know
So grand a dance they’ll long recall
Leaf gladly answers greater call
And as it bid farewell to all
Another leaf begins to fall

To go with this verse: Tan Dun "Farewell, Hero" 


It is possible to lead a cow upstairs, but not downstairs. Other than being useless, this has nothing to do with this edition. Have you been on Facebook today (12/5/2014)? This viral video was running wild. It is of father dreaming with his daughter. McKenzie is dressed like a normal frilly-dress wearing girl, but the 12 year-old suffers from a life threatening disease called mitochondrial. Mitochondrial diseases result from failures of the mitochondria, specialized compartments present in every cell of the body except red blood cells. Mitochondria are responsible for creating more than 90% of the energy needed by the body to sustain life and support growth. Though her future is uncertain, McKenzie isn't paralyzed, but she can’t walk and she is non-verbal. All of this doesn't stop her father from showing off his delight at the Summer Pageant.This moving video went viral when it was originally released in June. According to sources, after its re-release on Facebook "Kenzie dancing with her dad" has attracted over 2 million views. Inspired?
Enjoy his remarkable video: "Kenzie dancing with her dad" 

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