Videos – Page One

Welcome to our video section. We hope these videos will inspire you and give you a sense of well being. Please feel free to embed our videos on your website and share them with friends and family. Click here for help with embedding and sharing.

We would like to send out a BIG thanks to all the song artists that made these videos possible; Brad Paisley, Garth Brooks, Joe Walsh, Keith Urban, Pam Tillis, Randy Travis, Shenandoah, Steve Miller Band, Sugarland, Three Dog Night, and Vince Gill. Thank you to our family and friends that support us on our journey.

Clicking on the video image, will open the video in an 600×500 popup window. Note: If you cannot view javascript, you can view these on our YouTube Channel – This Should Help YouTube Channel.

 

Change Begins at Home

Change begins at home

The song on this video is by: Randy Travis – “I Did My Part”

We do not all want the same things in life. These differences seem to have a way of making us indifferent to what is happening in our world today. The things that we don’t want to happen in our world hold no meaning. What we want means everything to us.

Children Learn What They Live

Change begins at home

The song on this video is by: Three Dog Night – “Black and White”

We as parents influence by example, as our children learn from the things we do. Our conduct and perspectives become instilled in our children and our grandchildren. It is within our power to help the children of the world discover how valuable they are!

Experience Change

Experience Change

The song on this video is by: Steve Miller Band – “Fly Like an Eagle”

Doing what we “should” comes naturally – it is an innate skill. We consistently distinguish what we want, and what we like. I think we all desire change in some area of our lives. Embracing change may be our answer to inner peace and yes – even happiness. We at this moment may find what we are searching for, by being less resistant to life changes.

Let Go

Let Go

The song on this video is by: Pam Tillis – “The River And The Highway”

To let go is not to deny, but to accept. To let go is not to nag, scold or argue, but instead to search out my own shortcomings and correct them. To let go is not to adjust everything to my desires, but to take each day as it comes, and cherish myself in it. To let go is not to regulate or criticize anybody, but to try to become all I dream I can be.

Manifesting Your Best

Manifesting Your Best

The song on this video is by: Sugarland – “Baby Girl”

What is your greatest strength? Our greatest strength can cause significant heartaches. We all share the same qualities, but there is one predominate quality in each of us. Because our greatest strength causes us so many problems, we try to hide it, rather than allowing it to work for us. What is your greatest gift?

My Place in a Changing World

My Place in a Changing World

The song on this video is by: Garth Brooks – “We Shall Be Free”

I have no concrete obligations to this world. It expects nothing of me, so my only motivation can be what I expect of myself. I have an obligation to myself to leave this world different from when I entered it. I must make an impact, even if it is as small and insignificant as a footprint in the sand.

  

Page One | Page Two | Page Three