Tuesday, June 19, 2007

We ALL have Special Gifts!

Hi Everyone!

OMG...I could not believe these when I listened! Have you seen them? First is a 6 yr old girl that Simon loved in Britain American Idol. My God what will she be like later when she is older and has teeth! HA! Next a guy who sells cell phones and sings better than Pavarotti! I'd buy his CD today!

I had my little niece listen & told her this is why when people walk down the street you never know what special talents God has given them and we should never judge people.

They made me cry..I know everything makes me cry! HA! I wish I could sing, at least a bit better than I do. I just love singing but hopefully I have some other special gift. I just can't imagine all these people in the world with equally special talents in other disciplines & they are not able to potentiate them for one reason or another. I have students with such great potential but they have to work to support their families or take care of an ill family member etc. I have one student now who is combining theories & taking it to a higher level! And get this...she is only going to be a SR in HS in the fall. She would be great for grad school now! HA!

Well, tomorrow as you walk buy people grocery shopping or someone is stopped next to you at the light, try thinking for a moment that they may have an amazing talent rather than judging them because they are being slow or something!


seraphoflove9001 said...

OH WOW!!!! How amazing!!! Thank you for sharing! :o) Beautiful voices! :o)

chat2missie said...

Great entry!

sunnyside46 said...

we all have something to give...we are here for a reason.

acoward15 said...

What is Britain American Idol?

specialadyfink said...

First I want to thank you for stopping by my journal and commenting.Second I was absolutely blown away by the  Britains Got Talent. Little Connie was amazing...then I never thought I liked opera,but that Paul Potts astounded me.
I have to post those on my journal,just so I can watch them over and over.
Thanks again
Connie [http://journals.aol.co.uk/specialadyfink/anyway...../]