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White dude in white shirt against a red carpet of light (2 years and 169 days ago)
But the child who is born on the Sabbath Day
Is bonny and blithe and good and gay
Obviously the child born on the â€œSabbath Dayâ€ â€“ being bonny (pleasing to they eye), blithe (carefree, happy), good and gay (cheery, festive, high-spirited) â€“ has received manifold blessings, which may inclue good genes and prenatal care, good parents and grandparents, and a litany of other blessings of circumstance.
Happy-go-lucky people can somtimes remind us, by example, to â€œkeep things in perspectiveâ€. I can, at times, be dismissive of people advising that I keep a â€œpositive outlookâ€. At other times Iâ€™m reminded on the true state of affairs â€“ that life really IS a matter of perspective â€“ reminded by those able or practiced in the art of seeing things in a positive light.
Bonny people â€“ those pleasing to the eye â€“ you might think â€œhave it allâ€. You know thatâ€™s not the truth. You know that just by looking around or listening: â€œMy looks are fadingâ€. â€œIâ€™ve put on a few pounds.â€ â€œSheâ€™s on her third husband.â€ If you have it all on the outside and none on the inside what are you? A manequin? Someone â€œkeeping up appearancesâ€? All the bonny. None of the good and gay. Which can make the â€œbonny peopleâ€ who truly ARE ALSO good and gay and loving and humble and caring . . . all the more attractive.
May you find your inner Sundayâ€™s child. There are more than enough grumpy or unhappy folk in the world, so much so that neither heaven, nor earth, will begrudge you being just a bit more . . bonny . . and blithe . . and good . . and gay. (5 years and 1018 days ago)