As this video - a commercial, strangely enough, for a Thai life insurance company - has already had over 5 million hits, I imagine some of you might have already seen it. But it's probably worth seeing again.
Because even though this video is just a commercial that was made with the goal of selling something, the message resonates for most of us on a level that has nothing to do with buying life insurance. I think I'm probably going to watch it every day from now on, to make watching it part of my morning routine along with taking my vitamins and doing my yoga stretches. To remind me everyday, not to buy life insurance, but to believe in good.
I know the members of my church, Peace, have already seen this video because our Pastor Doug Warburton showed it at last Sunday's services in conjunction with his theme, which he took from a line from Robert Fulghums' poem, "Everything I need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten":
"When you go out into the world hold hands , watch out for traffic, and stay together."
Here's the link to the video. Enjoy and have a beautiful day.