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Sing a song of joy | 52 Acts of Grace | Week 33

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Sing a song of joy.

I know. I know. You think it feels silly. Ridiculous. And… you can’t carry a tune anyway.

Doesn’t matter.

It’s not about the quality of your song. It’s all about the fact you sing.

Out loud. Loud and strong.

Sing a song of joy.

Practice gratitude through your song. Let gratitude be the bedrock upon which your song of joy rises up.

Express your gratitude for this one, holy, precious life. Let your song of joy lift you up.

Don’t worry about the notes. The words. The sound.

Just sing for the pure freedom of it. For the absolute joy of singing as if no one is listening.

Because the fact is, your heart is listening and it needs you to sing out loud so it can beat wildly and freely to the sound of your song of joy.

Go ahead. Sing for joy.

And while you’re at it. You  might even try kicking up your heels and giving a little leap or two for the pure joy of it all!

Yup. Life is great. Sing it out loud!

Author: Louise Gallagher

I believe in wonder. I believe we are all magnificent beings of divine beauty. I believe we can make a difference in this world, through every act, word, thought. I believe we create ripples with everything we do and say and want to inspire everyone to use their ripple to create a better world for everyone. I'm grateful you're here.

2 thoughts on “Sing a song of joy | 52 Acts of Grace | Week 33

  1. I love to sing, I don’t sing well, in fact I sound like someone is killing me but what the hell I like to sing

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