Nature is Full of Miracles

Margaret Ann Loveday  – Sunday, June 07, 2015

Dolphins are beautiful, social, extraordinarily intelligent and altruistic animals

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Today there are many recorded activities of dolphins with humans, dogs and even cats.  They are curious animals and quick to work you out , to see if you are friendly, worth playing with or are in need of being rescued, for example,  drowning.

They like to play or play-fight with each other, making bubble rings which they form in the water, or playing with seaweed.

Dolphins have several highly developed forms of communication, one in particular is the signature whistle, which allows other individuals to recognise them.

In my book ‘Emily’, a dolphin called Zoe and Emily have amazing interactions and communication together.

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Above is a picture of a dog that was rescued by a dolphin, it is a true story written by Taewood, in February 2011.  This dog had been missing at sea in Florida US for fifteen hours, this beautiful dolphin came to the rescue…love saves the day!

 

 

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The Sounds of Love

The Sounds of Love

Margaret Ann Loveday – Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Dr. Hans Jenny, Swiss doctor and scientist in the 1960’s did experimentation, which provided pictures of sound waves which produced beautiful patterns unique to each vibration.  His experiments revealed that sound is frequency which can impact the cells of the body.

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Fabian Marnien a French composer, acupuncturist and bioenergetician and Helene Crimol, biologist experimented further on the effect of music on the cells of the body, both healthy and unhealthy, in their book ‘The Role of Music in the 21st Century’, with amazing results.  And, Dr Masam Emoto, a Japanese scientist showed the effects of music of different kinds and also the spoken word over water samples, resulting in beautiful crystals for the uplifting words and music, but broken crystals were the effect of heavy metal music and negative words.

So, if the body is made up of 70% water in adults and up to 95% water in children, depending on their age, would it be reasonable to think that we need to be mindful of what we speak over ourselves and others, especially children.

A word fitly spoken is priceless

Words like music are sounds and have a frequency which has it’s impact upon our well-being at all levels, positive and negative; healing or detrimental.  Words have the power to initiate changes throughout the body, and the body responds with physical effects working for us and against us.  I read in an article from ‘Health Impact News website’, that the words that we speak have the power to bring healing in a person’s life.

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This is why I wrote ‘Emily’, a book that will promote love and it’s healing effects.  This is why the heroine of the story Emily, although young, was taught by her Great grandmother Ruby, to be positive in her speech and thoughts and to have good values.  In the story we find, though Emily goes through extremely traumatic times, she always remains positive and eventually is rewarded with the desire of her heart and more.

‘Emily’ is available from Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, Angus & Robertson- Bookworld and other online stores.

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What is Kindness?

Margaret Ann Loveday – Monday, April 27, 2015

 ‘Is Kindness Over-rated?’  Was the question asked by Author Anita Kovacevic.

My answer was, ‘NO NEVER – There is never enough!’ 

In a world filled with tragedy, loneliness, heartbreak, stress, sadness, war, suffering, hunger, prejudice, injustice, greed, hatred and natural disasters; where ever there is a need, kindness will be required.

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Kindness can come in many ways,  lend a hand, cook a dinner, fix a fence, mow a lawn, write a letter of encouragement, give a gift, send a card, say a kind word, give a smile or a hug, hold a hand, give a kiss, show affection, these are acts of kindness. 

 

‘Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless’ Mother Teresa

We see kindness displayed all around us when disaster strikes. Great organisations are built on kindness, organisations like ‘Red Cross’ and the ‘Salvation Army’, they operate on a basis of kindness to give in time of need.

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During a recent storm, a man, risked his life to save two people, in a flash flood; another saved horses stranded in a flooded river, acts of kindness are endlessly displayed.

We see people working together and helping each other. Mother Teresa said, ‘If you can’t feed a hundred, feed one’.  Why do we watch on in time of disaster, or tragedy willing each other on, praying for each other, feeling that lump in the throat, the tears in our eyes, feeling another’s sadness?  Why do we feel moved to help?

Because kindness has its origin and very essence in love; and love, is the essential part of every human being … Love is an ever powerful force that knits the fabric of humanity together.

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                                         “All you need is Love” sang The Beatles. 

                                                  ‘Love is kind’ says the Bible.

Kindness is the fruit of ‘Pure Love’.  One small act of kindness towards another person, an animal and nature; can warm a heart, save a life, bring light in darkness, change a circumstance, make a difference, and change the course of history.  Giving kindness even gives to the giver, for as we spread kindness it warms our own heart and satisfies our longing to love.

 Kindness … No, it could never be overrated.

We cannot exist in this world without ‘Love’ and its fruit – kindness.  It is as important as air!  Is air over-rated?

By Margaret Ann Loveday – Author of ‘Emily’

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Follow Your Heart

Whatever your beliefs may be, I would like to take this opportunity to focus on love, as Pure love is the most powerful force that is known to mankind.  It is love that everyone, everywhere needs to have everyday, to be fulfilled and live happy, healthy lives.

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In the book, ‘Emily’, we meet Emily whose Great Grandmother Ruby, actually fights for Emily’s right to live and then raises her, giving her all the love, moral values and the tools to equip Emily; not just to survive but to thrive in life.  This allowed Emily to realise that she didn’t have to suffer from her parents abusive ways and the negative circumstances that surrounded her.  Ruby’s love and equipping gave Emily the faith and the confidence to follow her heart.

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Emily found peace and tranquility for herself in nature; wildlife, native plants and the environment, this  was the passion which eventually connected her to Nick and Dimmy, who held the same passion as Wildlife Rangers.

Emily had a void in her heart that she didn’t understand and Nick and Dimmy had a void that they ignored, but when love came and entwined its threads around these three people, all the negativity, trials, the hurt was washed away.  The void was filled with love, which gave them all a fresh start and stability to their lives.

Something spiritual happens in the human heart, that cannot be explained or expressed.  By following our heart , we can be propelled towards our hopes, dreams and desires ….   the essence of what we search for, most often will be love.

In the Light of love the eyes of understanding opens enabling us to see more clearly and as we look, we see negative circumstances and things, dissolve into insignificance.  Then we become thankful and fully appreciate life.

If we follow our hearts, love will find us and our lives can be so fulfilled.  Margaret Ann Loveday

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‘Emily’ the book is available from Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, Angus and Robertson/Bookworld or other online stores

 

 

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