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What a Wonderful World published by Maura4u
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What a Wonderful World

Happiness, Influence, Leadership, Better Society

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Entertainment Article by Maura4u. Article Location: Safety Harbor, FL and everywhere else

   

Outside the Welcome Center of Safety Harbor, FL Arts & Music Center

“What a wonderful phenomenon it is, carefully considered, when the human eye, that jewel of organic structures, concentrates its moist brilliance on another human creature!”

~ Thomas Mann

When we make it our choice to see, the world truly is a wonderful place in which to be.

German novelist and 1929 Nobel Prize laureate Thomas Mann made this observation years ago during an era when there were likely many reasons to fret, fear and fight. 

In 1967, during a time of civil unrest in the United States, a similar proclamation was made by legendary jazz musician Louis Armstrong.

“What a wonderful world!” remains one of his most enduring and uplifting hits.

The grandson of slaves, Louie Armstrong (aka “Satchmo”) was born in New Orleans, Louisiana at the turn of the last century. Abandoned by his dad when he was an infant, young Louie worked in a variety of capacities as a child to keep his mom out of prostitution. Despite challenges, Armstrong found his own reasons to smile at life. A trumpeter, composer, singer and occasional actor, he enjoyed a robust entertainment career that spanned five decades and crossed over many divides.

Each day, we have an opportunity to do more than await a wonderful world. We can choose to see it within and make a beautiful world ourselves. Whether it’s through major works like philanthropy or small gestures like helping a neighbor cross the street, we are all visionaries and creators of that cosmos.

If you’re seeking a reminder today that we already are in a wonderful world, look no farther. 

Listen and appreciate the world that we all seek — everywhere.

Scroll below and listen to Satchmo Louis Armstrong bring you "A Wonderful World."

 

Maura Sweeney is an International Speaker on Influence, Leadership and Emotional Intelligence

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Anonymous: 2017-01-26 04:46:41 ID:106

Nice to see a positive, uplifting article vs conspiracy theories here! Surprised this writer affiliates herself with this amateur, negative news site.

Anonymous: 2017-02-03 08:25:30 ID:126

This site is reflective to the people who write on it. The platform itself is a blank canvas and we make it what it is. If the community as a whole is negative it would be like staring at a mirror.

Anonymous: 2017-01-26 10:22:37 ID:107

I thought this was going to be about the art and music center. It's listed in entertainment.

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